Men of blood and iron
700 years ago a Christian counterpart to ISIS emerged in Europe.
The curse of slavery lingers in Africa
Nothing is new about the abduction of Nigerian girls. Tens of thousands of people are bought and sold every year.
A cry for purpose
Young people want to be part of a cause, especially if it is one their elders have seemingly ignored.
Are babies prizes or gifts?
A Canadian radio station created world-wide controversy recently when it ran a "win a baby" competition.
Tragic lives, to entertain you
The actress Maria Schneider learned the error of exposing oneself in the name of art. Today’s celebrities need to listen to her.
The real harms of prostitution
Why would we legalise what women who have experienced it call 'paid rape' and voluntary slavery'?
World’s oldest profession: Embrace it or banish it?
Should prostitution be legal and supported by society or banished for good?
Ignoring the sins of our friends
ACORN looked to help set up child prostitution rings. Why are some still defending the group?
The curse of child slavery
Many busy professional couples in Nigeria find it handy to have a child slave to help around the house. Where are the family values in that?
Prostitution law: a South Sea model?
Canadians should be wary of the much-touted legalised regime in New Zealand.
Legalised prostitution: a failed experiment
The Australian state of Victoria has sanctioned prostitution, turning it into a growth industry but doing nothing for women who want out of it.
The mighty fall and the media cash in
Why are newspapers gasping in scandalised horror over the misdeeds of Eliot Spitzer? They wrote the script.
The scourge of Brazilian slavery
Tens of thousands of debt slaves work in inhuman conditions in isolated ranches and plantations.
Britain’s sex slavery dilemma
Strategies against trafficking will fail as long as people are volunteering for the sex slave market.
Time to abolish the slave trade
If Tony Blair is really sorry about the slave trade he should try harder to abolish it.
Red card for World Cup hangers-on
Well-publicised protests against forced prostitution around World Cup venues avoid the real problem.
The ultimate free market: selling herself
Can there be anything wrong with transactions made between consenting adults, no matter how degrading? MercatorNet investigates arguments for legalised prostitution.