A preview of our Summer 2014 issue can be found below. Full back issues are available upon request to eReader subscribers.
The Globe in Brief
New NASA Space Observatory to Study Carbon Conundrums
Jihadi recruitment video for Isis features three Britons
Pew: Democrats, Republicans drifting further apart
House moves to ban NSA’s ‘back-door search’ provision
Russia redeploying more troops along Ukraine border
That ‘earthquake’ in Europe? It’s far-right gains in Parliament
Anti-Semitism On The Rise According To A New Report
Candidate Says He Can’t Trust Officials’ Tally of Afghan Vote
China Could Overtake U.S. as the World’s No. 1 Economy This Year
Profile in Brief: Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)
Focus on War
Syria’s Last Chance for Peace — A new strategy from Saudi Arabia and the United States could force Assad to negotiate.
Pakistan’s Dilemma — A divided policy for ‘good’ Taliban and ‘bad’ Taliban has backfired.
A Nuclear-free Scotland — Scottish independence threatens NATO’s reliance on a nuclear arsenal.
Who Will Start the Pacific War? — The Sino-Japanese rivalry has pulled in India and attracted the attention of the United States.
Cyberwar, a New War on Terror — NATO Thinks it is prepared for Cyber Terrorism.
India is Poised for a Big Change — The Modi vote means a new direction for the government and people.
Modi/Obama 2014 — The election of Narendra Modi in India is good news for the United States.
Drones in Our Backyard — These versatile machines will soon infiltrate western skies.
Twenty Years After Genocide — Rwanda must attempt to grow after surviving its terrible tragedy.