The Century's take on the issues of the day
Between 2006 and 2010, Christians faced some form of discrimination in 139 countries—almost three-fourths of the world's nations.
Pope Francis understands that people are rarely argued into the church, but they are often loved into it.
Obamacare's hard-line opponents aren't worried that the law won't work as planned. They're worried that it will.
In the face of huge unanswered questions and with the unpredictable outcome of any act of war, U.S. military action against Syria is unwarranted.
The prospects for genuine democracy in Egypt are more remote than ever. But there are other models of Islamic politics in the region.
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