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The foundations of the tightly interconnected world we live in now were laid in the early days of World War II by leaders hoping to prevent the next great war.
The current U.S. strategy to confront its antagonists reflects a decade of missteps and misunderstandings.
The United States may mount attacks on Pakistani soil, but the Pakistani military actually invades Afghanistan.
On the Walk of Shame, poets visit the embassies of Burma, Yemen, and Turkmenistan to read aloud the poems that can't be read inside those countries.
Were unsafe construction practices used to build Iran's first nuclear energy facility, Bushehr?
The U.S. embassy in Madrid was able to strong-arm the Spanish government into twice closing the Couso case, but a Spanish court has re-opened it.
Sightings of UFOs have correlated to nuclear weapons tests.
A little-noted energy agenda moving rapidly forward in Afghanistan could exacerbate insecurity and instability, and ensure a prolonged U.S. and foreign military presence.
After World II, nations agreed that simply attacking the international peace by launching an aggressive war was a crime.
September turned out to be nothing short of a political tsunami for Israel's leaders and, consequently, for the United States as well.