Real and imagined dangers
There are specific and cunning temptations in silence that, if allowed to flourish, can fester and rot the whole enterprise.
I don't settle automatically into the silence of solitude. At first the silence can be as startling as noise.
Caught between two Sudans
The Sudanese government has long waged war on its own people. In the borderland of Abyei, it's turned two peaceful groups into enemies.
Scholar Maryann Cusimano Love
"After 9/11, religion was put on the State Department's agenda—as a source of conflict. But religion can also be a force for peace."
A view from Jerusalem
Netanyahu's fragile new coalition government reflects gradual but steady changes in Israeli society.
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