A White House correspondent discusses the United States’ policy on the Middle East.
The Media Impact Project measures media’s influence on different social movements.
Recent riots in the Middle Eastern country illustrates its need for a more stable democracy.
The film centers on the 1988 election in Chile, where voters chose change over military dictatorship and ousted Pinochet.
Violence on a Syrian college campus spurred a student vigil in support of human rights.
U.S. citizens and government cannot continue to stand by as violence escalates in Syria.
Political consultant Bob Shrum and journalist Marylouise Oates discuss the 2012 election.
For the sake of life, liberty and the American economy, we must elect a president who will take an active approach to foreign policy.
American youth should become active political citizens, taking after Middle Eastern students.
Known by some as the “Youth’s Revolt,” the Egyptian revolution owes much of its success to college-aged youth participation.