Tagged: World Cup
With a million people demonstrating in the streets of Brazil, everyone's scrambling to understand how a 20-cent bus fare hike turned into a social revolt.
After the World Cup bombing by the militant group al-Shabaab, it's time for a strong regional response to the crisis in Somalia.
Both the United States and South Africa, despite black leadership and multicultural societies, still labor under the legacy of segregation and inequality.
The U.S. Men's World Cup victories are not signs of some unique "American character" that we have and that no one else possesses.
Amidst the celebrations there are some real questions about how the people of South Africa will benefit from the World Cup.
South Africans appear to have had their constitutional right to protest suspended during the 2010 World Cup, following a directive from the country's police service (SAPS) to municipalities hosting matches.
A dynamic discussion about the relationship between international politics and sports.
It's almost as if Pyongyang has ties to the Heritage Foundation.
Soccer's big event is about to begin in South Africa. It's time to root for your favorite team...and for Africa.