13 April 2005
In an ever-changing world, as gender roles are constantly being redefined and refuted, it is paramount that we look at the impact of women in the context of a global society.

Gillian Martin Sorensen, Senior Advisor at the...
06 April 2005
It is amazing how little was said in US mainstream media about the decision by Israel's supreme court recognizing some non-Orthodox conversion to Judaism. Israeli and European papers debated this issue clearly revealing that Israel is the...
24 March 2005
Since the beginning of the invasion of Iraq, 1,524 US soldiers have died (as of March 22, 2005), and 11,220 US soldiers have been wounded in action (as of February 26, 2005).1 Iraqi casualties are even larger. A study...
01 March 2005
On March 8 women in all corners of the world will join together to observe International Women's Day (IWD). A national holiday in some countries, IWD has become a day to celebrate women's achievements and to focus on the many problems that...
15 February 2005
Last year, Parade Magazine reported The 10 Worst Living Dictators (David Wallechinsky, The 10 Worst Living Dictators, Parade). A new assessment was made for 2004. To compile this year's list, at least one more prominent Dictator can be...
11 February 2005
The northern North Americans in Canada are taking another cautious step for drug policy reform. NAOMI, the North American Opiate Maintenance Project, will shortly begin providing maintenance doses of heroin to addicts in Vancouver, moving...

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