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Beneath the Israel-Palestine clash is the all-too-familiar conflict of development: urban growth meets indigenous resistance.
Our foreign policy -- and Foreign Policy magazine -- could perhaps benefit from a little more honest introspection.
A huge mural takes on both the Gulf BP oil spill and the Haitian earthquake.
The World Expo in Shanghai showcases the airbrushed future and polarized present in China.
Israel seems to believe that with U.S. elections on the horizon, it's free to build more settlements.
A new film reveals the American empire at home -- in the Mariana Islands.
The weakening of the U.S.-Israel relationship will remap the Middle East but also likely usher in a new Pax Americana in the region.
Both the United States and South Africa, despite black leadership and multicultural societies, still labor under the legacy of segregation and inequality.
Think-tank hawks have all but run realist Republicans out of the party.
The Afghan army is the fulcrum of U.S. counter-insurgency strategy. But as a new documentary reveals, that army's loyalty is at best unclear.