When it comes to information "management," China has learned from a master.
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Targeting Somali youth as terrorists won't make the United States safer.
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The Nigerian government needs to show commitment to the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa by passing relevant laws and allocating funds to women's rights.
On Oct. 31, Brazilians elected their new president, Worker's Party (PT) candidate, Dilma Rousseff.
The Wikileaks documents demonstrate that U.S. diplomacy is not being used to find alternatives to war, but rather pursued in the interests of illegal wars.
Despite a final report on the sinking of the South Korean vessel in March, doubts persist.
Discouragement is already in the air in the lead-up to the Cancun talks, but hope must stay on the table.
Okinawans are going to the polls to register their opposition to a military base plan supported by both Tokyo and Washington.