Thousands gather at Women’s March in Geneva

GENEVA – Around two thousand people weathered the bitter-cold in Geneva, Switzerland to peacefully protest Donald Trump’s divisive and exclusionary rhetoric and presidency calling for dignity, inclusion and equality.

Opinion: US Response to Refugees a Blow to Freedom

GENEVA – As a former refugee resettlement program director in the United States, and resettlement assessment officer in the field, it is heartbreaking to watch the xenophobic reaction against refugees and Syrian refugees in particular, in the US (and elsewhere) in the wake of last week’s attacks in Paris.

US Secretary John Kerry hospitalized in Geneva

Updated  GENEVA, Switzerland – US Secretary of State, John Kerry is said to be in stable condition after being flown to Geneva’s University Hospital following a biking accident in neighboring France.

New Harvard-Geneva Master’s Program

GENEVA – The Geneva Graduate Institute and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University will establish a dual degree master program that can be obtained in two years instead of three.

Throwback Monday: Deadline USA with Humphrey Bogart

GENEVA – The story of a crusading newspaper editor who exposes a gangster’s crimes while also trying to keep the paper from going out of business, will be featured tonight at the Grutli Theatre in Geneva. Humphrey Bogart’s 1952 classic Deadline-U.S.A., could well be the story of any of today’s newspapers, TV networks and news websites that…