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An interview with Kim Dong-choon, recently retired Standing Commissioner of South Korea’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
The Dutch are leaving Afghanistan. Who benefits? The antiwar right wing.
Music did not disarm the fellow with the machete, but it did unite scared Americans and the Yoro tribe of Papua New Guinea in celebration afterwards. Music can only point the way towards a global community graced by understanding. We must walk there on our own.
The market can provide poor and oppressed people throughout the world with useful goods and services, but can't affect broad, sustainable social transformation.
The military response to the Somali pirates has only increased their asking price.
In the decade in which it begins its ascent, the country is so important that it is forcing its main competitor in the region, the United States, to redesign its foreign policy to take into consideration Brazil's prominence, a tactic that might destabilize all of Latin America.
He's odd, unpredictable, and dictatorial. So, what can Muammar el-Gaddafi teach us about peace?
A new statue of Barack Obama in Jakarta is the focus of protest.
From Okinawa to Guam, citizens are making the best-laid Pentagon plans go awry.
Reformers and hardliners continue to face off in Iran. What can the United States do to encourage peaceful change?