Massive document leaks have led to the fall of world leaders and to new anti-corruption laws. But some leaks have put lives in danger. So, is there a limit to the public’s right to know?
Abortion. Right to die. Stem cell research. How do Muslims around the world approach modern bioethical dilemmas?
Inspired by the nonviolent activism of iconic social reformist Mahatma Gandhi, an Indian non-profit organization called 5th Pillar is addressing the country's problem of corrupt officials by handing them fake money.
Every year, 15 million girls are forced into marriage, many of them before they turn 15. It's a practice that happens across cultures and across religions, resulting in poverty, health issues, and a lack of education for girls worldwide.
AAM partnered with NDTV (India), ARY Digital (Pakistan) and Tolo News (Afghanistan) to launch a groundbreaking trilateral town hall series, connecting audiences and government officials in India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan for a televised dialogue that broadcast in all three countries.
Manika Raikwal Ahirwal
What does the natural gas boom mean for renewable energy in the U.S. and how are other countries addressing their growing energy needs?
"This is an unfinishable battle. [You] try to do everything, but it is a long war."
– Gyula Almási, head of Hungary’s Intellectual Property Rights Defense Department