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Summer 2015

Editor’s Comment

The World’s Refugees are in Desperate Need. Political strife and religious zealotry have provoked tragedies that have forced … [More]

Op-Ed: The Middle Eastern Conundrum

Whether it wants to or not, America must get involved. By Probir Kumar Sarkar. The Middle East and its surroundings have long … [More]

War in Focus


Yemen’s Disaster Could Become al-Saud’s

Unrest has grown into civil war, and the Saudis are on the losing side. By Ola Wam. Ruling … [More]


Europe’s Fascination with Fences

The E.U. is struggling with a refugee crisis and threatens to close its gates. By Juda … [More]


How to Stop War

The Arms Trade Treaty is a welcome step, but it will be insufficient to stem the flow of … [More]



Who Benefits Most?

Like it or not, the Trans-Pacific Partnership is good for investment and uncertain for … [More]

President Barack Obama attends the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) meeting at the ASEAN Summit at Peace Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Nov. 20, 2012. Taking part in the meeting, clockwise from  the President, are; Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah; Prime Minister Mohammed Najib Abdul Razak of Malaysia; Prime Minister John Key of New Zealand; Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of Singapore; Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung of Vietnam; and Prime Minister Julia Gillard of Australia. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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America’s Most Wanted Secret

WikiLeaks wants to expose the free trade negotiations with the free trade of information. By … [More]

The Intelligence


Tremors in the Himalayas

Poverty-stricken Nepal faces an uphill climb after two terrible earthquakes, but its politicians … [More]

Discussion between David Cameron, British Prime Minister, and Jean-Claude Juncker (in the foreground, from right to left)

The European Dream is Fraying

Between Greece’s collapse and the U.K.’s withdrawal, the E.U. faces a double-fronted threat. By … [More]


Machines Don’t Vote

The rapid pace of automatization is going to disrupt the labor market, and unemployed voters will … [More]


Bangladesh Has a Lot to Prove

With her nation newly behind her, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is looking abroad for new … [More]


The Road to Havana

How the U.S. can win over Cuba. By Peter Bjel. With less than two years left in office, U.S. … [More]


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