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The humanitarian impulse has not vanished from US foreign policy. It has simply split into two camps.
For the US, “homeland security” is hardly limited to the homeland.
US forces used the plight of Afghan women to justify war—but twelve years later, women are still suffering.
For nearly four decades, Sahrawis have struggled for independence from Morocco. There are growing fears of a return to arms.
The United States’ top diplomat is a figure of his times (and that’s not a good thing.)
How can the president and Senator Feinstein claim ignorance on the NSA’s surveillance of German Chancellor Angela Merkel?
With drone strikes and kill lists, the president set a dangerous precedent.
How the Pentagon is using your tax dollars to turn Italy into a launching pad for the wars of today and tomorrow.
The United States has much to gain from improved relations and little to lose from easing sanctions.
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