ISIS has provided everyone, especially women, even more reasons to fight back, Frida Ghitis says.
The Ottawa shooting pre-empted Malala's appearances in Canada, but her message to young people needs to be spread, writes Frida Ghitis
Awarding the Peace Prize to Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi was an inspired choice, writes Frida Ghitis.
Frida Ghitis says let's hope that Hong Kong protesters won't face a repeat of what happened at Tiananmen Square.
Frida Ghitis says when the U.S. and its allies finally began the attack on ISIS, it rolled out in a way many did not expect.
Frida Ghitis says the foiled Australian plot shows ISIS is working diligently to taunt the U.S. and its allies.
Frida Ghitis says ISIS does not apologize or try to hide its barbarism, it celebrates and justifies it as a means to an end.
Frida Ghitis says media in states that are against the U.S. are portraying Ferguson as the breakdown of a corrupt and racist America.
Yes, Hillary Clinton is running for president, and she is running away from President Barack Obama's record on foreign policy, writes Frida Ghitis.
Frida Ghitis says we must respond to the heartbreaking plea of Iraq MP, who in a powerful video, tearfully begs for help to save her people, the Yazidis
Frida Ghitis says Israelis' greatest fear is a Palestinian state falling to extremists, as Gaza did to Hamas.
Frida Ghitis says it's tempting to ignore North Korea's antics as bluster but the cruel regime is dangerous.
Frida Ghitis: Anger over shooting down of MH17 is growing against the pro-Russian separatists. It's time for Dutch government to lead and press for justice.
Frida Ghitis says a poll of 14 Muslim-majority nations show people are increasingly opposed to extremism.
Frida Ghitis says President Obama discovered that he cannot look away from the twin disasters in Syria and Iraq.
Frida Ghitis says ISIS has launched the world's scariest PR campaign with grisly pictures from Iraq
Hillary Clinton can't disown the President's foreign policy, but she can highlight her differences with him, says Frida Ghitis
Frida Ghitis outlines the conflicting moral principles facing President Obama when he had to decide whether to swap prisoners to release Bowe Bergdahl.
Frida Ghitis says the stylish "woman" with a full dark beard who won the Eurovision song contest is at the center of a battle between Russia and the West.
Frida Ghitis says if 230 girls had been kidnapped almost anywhere else, it would be the world's biggest story. We need an international effort to save them
Frida Ghitis: Another day, another gun massacre in America, this time in Isla Vista. How could this be?
Frida Ghitis says Jill Abramson's sudden departure from The New York Times raises questions of sexism.
Frida Ghitis says the U.S. is sending help and the world is paying attention to the plight of the kidnapped schoolgirls because Nigeria's women demanded it.
Frida Ghitis says, as violence claims three U.S. doctors, the temptation is to despair, but aid to Afghanistan has made it a much better place
Frida Ghitis says President Obama needs to stop making empty threats against Russia.
Frida Ghitis says we still see the world mostly through male journalists' eyes
Frida Ghitis says if U.S. releases Jonathan Pollard, the Israeli-Palestinian talks might continue through 2015.
Frida Ghitis says the U.S. and the West have less influence on the global stage, which helps the worst regimes. President Obama must revitalize the alliance.
Frida Ghitis says if Russia decides to intervene militarily in Ukraine, its justification and target will be the peninsula of Crimea.
Frida Ghitis says Russia's Putin is surely focusing more on the blazes in Ukraine than the torch in Sochi. The protesters may prevail against his bullying.
Frida Ghitis says Comcast's proposal to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion is bad for consumers.
Frida Ghitis says not long ago the idea of same-sex marriage and legal pot in the U.S. seemed unrealistic. Not anymore. Americans' idea of freedom is changing
Frida Ghitis says Syria, Iran are quietly defying the U.S., raising doubts about the outcome of negotiations
Frida Ghitis says the Israeli leader was a man of contradictions, a fierce warrior who ultimately was willing to take risks to end conflict
Frida Ghitis says individuals made a huge impact by challenging institutions, organizations or the status quo.
Frida Ghitis says when North Korean leader Kim Jong Un purged his uncle and later executed him, he used a ruthless tactic perfected by Saddam Hussein.
Frida Ghitis says conservatives should take note: Rising inequality is the proven enemy of stability and promotes extremism. It's their cause, too
Frida Ghitis says Israel and the U.S. need to defend their alliance as they work together to stop Iran's nuclear program.
Frida Ghitis says the imprisoned activist has disappeared, believed taken away by Russian authorities. She says silence of Putin regime's has shined light on its repression
Sudanese Amira Hamed is on trial for refusing to cover her hair and faces flogging. Frida Ghitis says she is one of many Muslim women fighting for their rights.
Frida Ghitis says U.S. spying has angered world leaders (though their nations have long spied as well) and the U.S. should reassess its reach and goals.
Frida Ghitis says angry Americans should focus on how to change the political system by supporting moderate voices, not by indulging in hatred
Frida Ghitis says Janet Yellen would be the perfect person to lead the Federal Reserve.
Most of the world is mystified at the sight of the world's most powerful country tangled in a crippling web of its own making.
Frida Ghitis says the irony of the Russian leader's pose as a champion of peace and democracy is thick, given Russia's role as arms supplier to Bashar al-Assad.
Frida Ghitis says President Obama's speech laid out the array of tricky options the president faces.
Frida Ghitis says Iran's apparent order for Iraq militias to hit American targets does not change the moral and strategic calculus for U.S. strikes in Syria
Frida Ghitis says inaction in Syria is riskier and costlier than intervention. Every passing day makes Syria more America's -- and the world's -- problem.
Frida Ghitis says trying to count the ways in which foreign policy has gone badly for Obama makes for a stunningly long list.
Frida Ghitis says in the light of Russia's extreme anti-gay laws, nations competing in the 2014 Olympics in Russia should make them the gayest Games ever
Frida Ghitis says liberals in Egypt are in a corner, but it's vital for them to speak for democratic values.
Frida Ghitis says it's hypocritical for Kremlin to defend Edward Snowden while convicting corruption-fighter Alexei Navalny.
Frida Ghitis says since 9/11 the cost of air travel, while very safe, has soared for passengers and the nation.
Frida Ghitis says the United States missed a chance to stand with those in Egypt and Syria who share its ideals.
Frida Ghitis says the massive protests in Egypt show that the country's revolution is far from over.
Frida Ghitis says in this era of connectivity, a little complaint can erupt into massive demonstrations.
Frida Ghitis: If even America's state-of-the-art spy agency could not keep its secrets from public view, what chance do yours have?
Frida Ghitis says coming to terms with the death of her friend Jim Sutherland was particularly difficult.
Frida Ghitis says Americans are being held as captives in tense situations around the world.
Frida Ghitis says for traction, a scandal needs a high-placed official caught in a clear-cut abuse of power. So far, Obama's troubles don't seem to fit.
Frida Ghitis explains that radical Islamist ideology that justifies any atrocity is the real enemy we must overcome.
Frida Ghitis asks when will Obama resolve issues such as Gitmo and Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons?
Frida Ghitis says after news that Syria has crossed the 'red line,' the administration must respond meaningfully and forcefully.
Frida Ghitis says America is powerful and mighty, and yet, more than 30,000 are killed each year by guns.
Frida Ghitis says North Korea's standoff encourages tyrants and regimes to seek nuclear weapons.
Here are five signs the Middle East is changing in ways you may not have expected.
Frida Ghitis says with his support for Israel, empathy for Palestinians and support of Jordan, Obama's trip was a show of vision, power and influence.
Frida Ghitis says the life and views of Pope Francis were formed, tested in Argentina, where he had good relations with the Jewish population, but was accused of (and denies) abetting a dictator
Frida Ghitis says too many people are living in echo chambers, surrounded by the sound of their own views.
Frida Ghitis says the Venezuelan leader lifted people out of poverty but damaged his nation's democracy
Frida Ghitis says if the humanitarian reasons aren't enough, we should weigh the global costs if we do nothing to stop the war in Syria.
Frida Ghitis says the murder of Reeva Steenkamp allegedly by Oscar Pistorius is a reminder that we have to do more to protect women.
Frida Ghitis says in resisting naming Hezbollah as a terrorist group the European Union passively abets the group's attacks.
Frida Ghitis says a signature achievement of Hillary Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State was the promotion of equality for gay people as a core value of U.S. foreign policy.
Frida Ghitis says the hostage crisis in Algeria and the war in Mali are dark signs that militants are on the rise in North Africa
President Obama made it very clear: the second term is all about the domestic agenda. But Frida Ghitis says global issues will intrude
It's hard to imagine that the U.S. will become the world's leading oil producer in just a few years, says Frida Ghitis.
As the New Year approached, millions anxiously followed the news from two very different parts of the world about two different women.
Frida Ghitis says that after years in which conservative views dominated the nation, there's now majority support for many progressive stances
Frida Ghitis says "Lincoln" is brilliant because it shows that the path of virtue is paved with morally ambiguous choices.
Frida Ghitis says Egyptians' poor grasp of what democracy means leaves Morsy and an Islamist-leaning constitutional committee to define the country's "consensus" and "truths"
Frida Ghitis says after the flush of attention for a cop who gave shoes to a homeless man, the problem of homelessness again has receded from our consciousness.
Frida Ghitis says much as Obama wants to focus on Asia, but Middle East crises keep taking center stage, due to corruption, poor governance, anti-women polices and serious economic problems
Frida Ghitis: The standoff between Iran and the West over Iran's nuclear program serves as the backdrop to the Israel-Hamas fighting.
Frida Ghitis says the general's troubles remind us of the scope of the FBI's jurisdiction, the risks of e-mail and the failings of powerful men
Frida Ghitis says the victorious president had many reasons for emotion--including the raft of serious issues that awaits--but more likely it was exhaustion and gratitude that let the mask slip
Frida Ghitis says before this election, both camps will use the handling of Sandy to sell their candidate. Voters must not let that determine their vote.
Frida Ghitis says the U.S. is less involved with shaping world events these days, but the world remains riveted on the American election campaign to choose the most powerful and influential human being on earth
Frida Ghitis says the fight against sexism has become all the rage among politicians. How timely, and how suspiciously convenient.
The Pakistan Taliban's attack on 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai has reawakened the country to the threat of extremists, says Frida Ghitis.
Frida Ghitis: The Noble Committee passed up a chance to give spotlight to an individual or cause that could really benefit from the award.
Frida Ghitis says voters demand perfect odds and simple solutions -- and politicians oblige.
Frida Ghitis says that in foreign policy, it's hard to find a truly sharp disagreement on fundamental issues between Romney and Obama.
Frida Ghitis says calls for anti-blasphemy laws by some leaders in the Middle East should alarm democracy advocates everywhere.
Frida Ghitis says in China and the Mideast, politicians are taking a risky tack by manipulating the populist anger of street protests to further their own ends.
Frida Ghitis says Hillary Clinton, the most popular member of the Democratic Party, might be thousands of miles away, but she's still on everyone's mind.
Frida Ghitis: Activist women are withholding sex to try to bring down Togo's dictator, a tactic used historically when women have little real power.