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The new world order? Part 1
Media and foreign policy narratives of 'the new world order' are misleading about the realities of today's world.
Last updated: 07 Apr 2014 10:39 GMT
Syria through a glass darkly
Public discourse on what to do about Syria offers limited insight into policy options endorsed by policymakers.
Last updated: 18 Feb 2014 09:27 GMT
It's the faculty, stupid!
The goal for institutes of higher learning should be to educate students to become autonomous and thoughtful citizens.
Last updated: 08 Sep 2013 14:17 GMT
The State Department and a tale of two coup-type things
The US has a history of being non-committal to defining coups when it goes against their interests, writes author.
Last updated: 09 Aug 2013 13:21 GMT
Living in denial: US policy & Egypt’s military coup
The US must acknowledge that the overthrow of an elected government, replaced by military-appointed officials, is a coup.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2013 11:26 GMT
Edward Snowden and Washington's revolving-door culture
The recent NSA leak reveals the disturbing extent to which the US' government and corporate sectors have merged.
Last updated: 12 Jun 2013 15:53 GMT
George H W Bush hospitalised for bronchitis
Ex-US president and father of George W Bush to remain in Texas hospital, but condition not considered life threatening.
Last updated: 29 Nov 2012 19:58 GMT
From sausage factory to slaughterhouse
With Congress becoming a place where ideas go to die, is it time for a third party to challenge the game's rigged rules?
Last updated: 06 Nov 2012 22:29 GMT
Explaining the gender gap in the US election
Polls show President Obama enjoys a lead among female voters, while more men like Mitt Romney.
Last updated: 04 Nov 2012 08:34 GMT
Third-party candidates spar in US debate
Representatives of the Libertarian, Green, Constitution, and Justice parties have held a presidential debate in Chicago.
Last updated: 24 Oct 2012 17:32 GMT
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Gaza: Nowhere to hide
More than one-quarter of Gaza's population has been displaced, causing a humanitarian crisis.
Ugandans baffled by sleeping ministers
Ministers and MPs caught on camera sleeping through important speeches have sparked criticism that they are not working.
Are UK banks targeting Muslim charities?
Muslim charities claim discrimination after major UK banks began closing their accounts.
Migrants in Italy: Arrival and survival
Italy struggles to deal with growing flood of migrants willing to risk their lives to reach the nearest European shores.
JOURNALISM UNDER FIRE
Reappearing the disappeared of Operation Condor
Against the odds: Syria's flourishing mediascape
Enrico De Angelis
Indonesia and the Philippines: A tale of two democracies
Richard Javad Heydarian
It's time for the EU to impose sanctions on Israel
Can international law save Iraq's Yazidis?
Nail polish: Anti-rape or anti-woman?
In Pictures: New Orleans' lingering blight
Nine years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the US' Gulf Coast, New Orleans still struggles to recover.
In Pictures: Gaza celebrates long-term truce
Palestinians welcomed a long-term ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas, which put a stop to seven weeks of bombings.
In Pictures: Kashmir's spinning trouble
Traditional art suffers as widows in Kashmir conflict are paid by the government at less than the cost of wool.
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