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The time for preventing all-out sectarian warfare appears to have passed.
While assimilation of Muslim communities in US society is laudable, a creeping Islamophobia is undermining it.
Political unrest in Pakistan has its root in underlying distrust and latent hostility.
Far from changing Iran's mind about continuing its nuclear program, sanctions and attacks are likely to do the opposite.
A period of sectarian violence is almost inevitable in newly democratic countries, until a new balance is reached.
Pakistan is in a crisis because its leadership is unable to control its, or Afghanistan's militant groups.
As he prepares to singularly veto Palestine's statehood bid, he must be thinking to himself: 'This isn't right'.
After the 9/11 attacks, the US had a golden chance to galvanise the world against terrorism - but it failed to do so.
A new US national strategy to counter domestic terrorism is more alarmist than useful.
Recent events have underscored the less desirable traits of the US political system: gridlock and self-preservation.
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