Nobel Peace Prize Winner Likely to Be Elected President in Myanmar, But Will Be Barred from Taking Office 

Myanmar is holding its first more-or-less free election in decades, and opposition leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Nobel Aung San Suu Kyi is on track to be elected president by a landslide. She will be barred from taking office, however, because she had a foreign spouse and children with British citizenship. »11/09/15 9:15am11/09/15 9:15am


The More Women Are In Charge, The Less People Hate The Idea Of Women In Charge

Harvard researchers have found that voters — men in particular — are prejudiced against female leaders. No shit »9/09/08 11:00am9/09/08 11:00am, you say. But not just in the U.S.: A study was conducted in certain villages in India, where there's an amendment that that at least 1/3 of government positions be filled by women. Diana Wolf for : "This…