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Amid all the talk about the U.S. military "surge" in Iraq, little has been said about the accompanying "surge" of Iraqi prisoners, whose numbers rose to nearly 51,000 at the end of 2007.
The new Cuban leadership is contemplating neoliberal economic reforms but democracy is still off the table.
Cubans are trying to preserve the gains of the revolution in the face of U.S. hostility.
The first step to avoid repeating the current war is to learn its lessons.
The National Library in Sarejevo still stands in ruins, 16 years after Serbian military forces shelled the building and destroyed over 90% of its priceless contents.
The Iraq War disaster could actually have an upside of sorts. It should put quite a few policies and practices permanently off-limits. Here's a list, to argue about.
A new monument in Sarajevo playfully bites the hand that fed the city during the Bosnian war.
Five years after President George W. Bush declared "Mission Accomplished," little has changed.
Just recently, the stories of the Erased are starting to appear all over the Slovene capital of Ljubljana, from bus shelters to huge canvasses on the facade of a downtown building under reconstruction.
After 16 years, Slovenes may finally be coming to terms with the "erased."