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Seeing Arabs demanding something we were convinced was the birthright and property of the West, of the United States in particular, has to send a shiver down anyone's spine.
He's seems to be suffering trickle-down effects from Abu Ghraib and Guanatamo.
Tunisian students are energized by the prospect of participating in government.
A government shutdown was averted for two-weeks yesterday after the the Senate passed a spending bill that expires on March 18th. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin, D-Ill said, “The House and the Senate ought to be able to gather together to sit down like adults” and craft a long term solution.
NAFTA undercuts Mexico's ability to control a sudden influx of volatile financial investment.
A dirty bomb bears no resemblance whatsoever to a sex bomb.
Once Latin America's safest city, Monterrey has become a central battlefield in Mexico's war drug war.
A humble political scientist created the world's most widely used strategies for toppling authoritarian regimes.
A recent speech by Secretary Napolitano highlights the deficiencies plaguing U.S. border policy.
William Hartung hammers Lockheed Martin and the military-industrial complex in his new book.