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Fallujah babies: Under a new kind of siege
Doctors and residents blame US weapons for catastrophic levels of birth defects in Fallujah's newborns.
Last updated: 06 Jan 2012 11:25 GMT
How the movies saved my life
Tom Engelhardt explains how movies have influenced and helped him understand the realities of the world.
Last updated: 25 Nov 2011 08:38 GMT
A jurisprudence of conscience
An international double standard is dividing the international community between the victorious and the defeated.
Last updated: 23 Nov 2011 06:52 GMT
The painful history behind Asian qualifier
North Korea are out of the 2014 World Cup but their qualifier against Japan is about far more than just football.
Last updated: 14 Nov 2011 11:46 GMT
The Iraq liars target Iran
The same people who lied about Iraq having weapons of mass destruction to start a war are pushing for war on Iran.
Last updated: 12 Nov 2011 14:08 GMT
Nuclear lessons unlearned
How many more chances will we have to learn from the nuclear failures of the past?
Last updated: 17 Sep 2011 14:37 GMT
The day Hiroshima turned into hell
Sixty-six years after the atomic bomb was dropped, survivor Keijiro Matsushima tells of a day of death and destruction.
Last updated: 06 Aug 2011 08:58 GMT
Japan PM marks Hiroshima with nuclear pledge
Naoto Kan says country should aim to end dependence on atomic power, as Fukushima crisis prompts anti-nuclear rallies.
Last updated: 06 Aug 2011 05:49 GMT
Warfare and limits: a losing battle?
Nationalism, the dehumanisation of killing, and the frustration of asymmetrical war erode traditional limits on warfare.
Last updated: 01 Aug 2011 12:17 GMT
Sovereignty revisited as interventions grow
States should balance the need to engage in humanitarian interventions with respect for national sovereignty.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2011 13:53 GMT
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The white 'saviours' of the Arabs
Western fighters have streamed into the Middle East to help 'liberate' Arab countries such as Syria and Libya.
Pakistan mulls tighter controls on madrassas
The Pakistani government is proposing reform of the nation's madrassas, which are accused of fostering terrorism.
Unravelling culture in Iraq's Kurdish region
Weaving and handicrafts are being re-taught to a younger generation of Iraqi Kurds, but not without challenges.
Surviving the post-employment economy
The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
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Marx's last stand: Eastern Ukraine
Libya and the ICC: Courting chaos and confusion
Crimea, Nagorno-Karabakh and the Gordian Knot
Diba Nigar Goksel
Antagonising Iran: A strategic miscalculation?
Seyed Mohammad Marandi
Spain's rightward plunge
Cyberwars on the Korean Peninsula
In Pictures: The Boston Marathon
Runners compete in race where last year a bombing left three dead and more than 260 people injured.
In Pictures: Recounting horror of Rana Plaza
Suffering continues for survivors and victims’ families a year after the building collapsed in Dhaka.
In Pictures: Re-enacting Jesus' crucifixion
Easter celebrations in one Philippine village include re-enacting the events leading up to the death of Jesus.
Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
Egypt in Turmoil
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.
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