The United States poured millions into education in Afghanistan. Did it do anything?
In Putin’s Russia, discussion of sexual harassment and domestic violence are largely taboo.
Service members should be aware that if they are assaulted off post, they may have better options in the civilian justice system.
The Marine Corps needs to ensure that women are not punished for choosing to have families.
How Saudi women finally grabbed the wheel from the country's religious conservatives.
The country may have lifted its driving ban, but it still has a long way to go.
Suicide rates for veterans climb to "staggering" proportions.
The surprise move is a direct repudiation of Trump’s approach to foreign aid and reproductive rights.
Family planning can tackle an array of women’s health issues -- but is also apparently a tool to limit the flood of migrants.
Before my husband took battalion command, the spouses of all the battalion commanders in the soon-to-be brigade team were encouraged to attend a week of the Pre-Command Course (PCC) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
There’s nothing like a good population crisis to stir up civilizational angst.
Battle lines are drawn over the State Department’s sweeping new restrictions on aid for international women’s health organizations that perform or advocate abortions.
Even the Republican Congress doesn't seem to think the budget cuts are a good idea.
The degradation of women in the military reflected by the Marines United scandal is not just a women’s rights issue but a national security concern.