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Why does the Pakistani military pick unwinnable fights?
Memorials across the world pay tribute to “fallen soldiers,” but virtually none exist for those who fought for peace.
Why do we need another lobby, like their Israeli-American Council, when AIPAC is already so powerful? To feed their billion-dollar egos.
In the end, Hagel, who came to regret his reluctant vote to invade Iraq, evidently proved an uncomfortable fit.
Caving to outside pressure, this week the organization added women to the High-level Independent Panel on UN Peace Operations—but it still falls short of gender parity.
His resignation has to be seen against the growing war fever in Washington—which is now reflected in White House policy.
In the 1960s, the agency sought to fight Communism through the students’ rights movement. There’s little reason to think its tactics have changed.
Bill Gates and a corps of Western donors are on a mission to rid Nigeria of the crippling virus, but the last cases have been hard to stamp out.
As her record shows, Clinton has embraced destructive nationalist myths about America’s role in the world.
After thirteen years of the failed war on terror, it’s time to scrutinize America’s assumptions about military involvement in the Middle East.
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