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The killing of Benazir Bhutto echoes Pakistan's troubled history, portends more violence and flags a proud country's collapse into chaos. It also signals the manifest bankruptcy of the Bush Administration's anti-terrorism.
From the archive: A book by a former ICTY official offers a vivid insider's account of realpolitik at the Milosevic trial.
To those who follow the Israeli-Palestinian conflict closely, the prospects for a two-state solution have never seemed dimmer. So why does veteran peacenik Uri Avnery remain so hopeful?
Bush's coddling of Pervez Musharraf defies all reason--and bears some unsettling similarity to his own offenses and misteps as President.
Gen. Pervez Musharraf turns out to be just another crummy dictator. But he's our dictator--using the $10 billion in US aid to jail judges and lawyers, and give shelter Al Qaeda and the Taliban. Thanks, George.
These days, even London and Paris seem a bit like North Korea.
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger's combative remarks tarnish an otherwise illuminating event.
In 1988 US officials helped disguise Saddam's chemical attack on Halabja. But when it came time to justify the 2003 invasion of Iraq, they acted outraged.
A student movement influenced by Hannah Arendt is emerging in Venezuela. What do they think of the Bolivarian Revolution?
Oil money allows Hugo Chávez to do many things, but it will never be enough to buy a revolution.
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