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We ask if Iraq's prime minister can resolve disputes over territory and oil to finally reunite the country.
Xenophobia and racism are alive and well when discussing immigration reform in the United States, writes Comrie.
Are Iraq and the countries involved in the conflict still suffering the consequences of the US-led invasion?
As the US defence secretary expects gratitude for US war efforts, we examine rising US-Afghan tensions.
Racist and vitriolic "us and them" language feeds a culture war that increasingly targets immigrants and non-whites.
Environmental issues could take centre stage in US election as regulations to curb emissions draw heat from Republicans.
We examine the phenomenon of Islamophobia in the US media and the people behind it.
While most Americans blamed the attacks on al-Qaeda, not Muslims in general, some commentators stoked Islamophobia.
Amad Shaikh
As NATO hands over control of some Afghan cities, we ask if Afghan forces will be able to fill the void.
How credible are stress tests and what impact will they have on the Eurozone's economy?
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