By Judd Legum on October 26, 2013
More than 60 Saudi women got behind the wheel on Saturday in a bold protest of the nation's de facto ban on women driving.
By Hayes Brown on October 18, 2013
The choice comes as a surprise to observers of both the Middle East and the United Nations.
By Hayes Brown on October 17, 2013
Despite the Security Council's goals of upholding international peace and security, some of its newest members haven't had the most success in that field.
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By Ben Armbruster on October 10, 2013
Saudi women are starting to post YouTube videos of themselves behind the wheel ahead of a nationwide protest against the ban on women driving.
By Christopher Butterfield on September 23, 2013
An online petition in Saudi Arabia has called for a new day of defiance against the conservative Islamic kingdom's ban on women driving.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on September 20, 2013
The director of Saudi Arabia's first feature film, 'Wadjda,' talks driving, how digital cameras made her career, and the sexualization of young women.
By Hayes Brown on August 23, 2013
Despite a growing intolerance of their use, the United States has agreed to sell thousands of cluster bombs to Saudi Arabia.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on July 10, 2013
By Hayes Brown on May 29, 2013
By Ben Armbruster on April 1, 2013