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Who is Kim Ki-Jong, The Man Who Attacked South Korea's U.S. Ambassador?
The Dance for Pakistan's Soul
Ten Lessons Learned by Hezbollah from Israel's Summer War in Gaza
Here is a list of ten lessons Hezbollah likely learned from Operation Protective Edge, as well as what can be expected from them as a result,...
A Campaign to Remember: The Lessons of the Holocaust Are Critically Relevant Today
Joe Brodecki was the executive director of the Campaign to Remember, the fundraising initiative for the development of the United States...
Do Monsters Exist?
Rarely do we hear about the good stuff in the world. Yet most of us see it happen time and time again with our own eyes.
How the Fashion World Remakes Itself in Defiance of Terrorism
"The show must go on!" is a lot more than a kitsch pop battle cry. In light of recent tragedies that aim to redefine cultural front-lines,...
The U.S. Is Being Hypocritical on Hostage Exchanges
Daniel R. DePetris
Didn't the White House negotiate with the Taliban in Afghanistan in order to gain the release of Bowe Bergdahl -- an American soldier who...
How a Trip Down the Danube Made Me a Better American
Rea Nolan Martin
For America to earn its reputation as the home of the free, we Americans have some collective thinking to do. Thinking that might be better...
Secret Talks In Jordan Try To Win Release Of Hostages
TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed outrage and demanded Wednesday that Islamic State extremists release a Japanese...
Globalization, 21st Century Style: The National Security State Goes Global
Remember the glory days of the 1990s, when our interconnectedness was endlessly hailed? It was the era of "globalization," of Washington-style...
, Islam and Religious Freedom: Study Finds Independent Courts, Civility Best Protect Liberties, Lessen Conflict
What the new research suggests is that promoting freedom is less about any belief system or form of government than a commitment for nations...
UK Search for Jihadi John Spotlights Recruitment Role of Soccer
The United Kingdom's search for Jihadi John, the masked, British-accented fighter who appears in videos and beheading of foreigners condemned...
Obama Defends Counterterrorism Strategy And Drone Strikes In Yemen
NEW DELHI (AP) — President Barack Obama defended his counterterrorism strategy in tumultuous Yemen Sunday, saying efforts to root out...
Survivor of 'Charlie Hebdo' Massacre 'Very Happy Obama Didn't Come to Paris'
In a new interview Laurent Léger, investigations editor of Charlie Hebdo and a survivor of the January 7th assault on the magazine's Paris...
Diffused Congruence Podcast: Comedian Azhar Usman Gets Serious
For the first episode of 2015, we're joined by stand-up comedian Azhar Usman -- "America's Funniest Muslim" -- for a wide-ranging, free-form...
Opening Shots Fired in the War Over Guantanamo
Daniel R. DePetris
Republican lawmakers are exploiting the terrorist attacks on Charlie Hebdo in order to strengthen their argument that Washington is still...
Surreal Videos Capture The Moments After A Plane Crash-Lands In Nepal
New Snowden Revelation Could Spark Turmoil Among Nations
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Where Is MH370? What We Know A Year Later
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Florida Man's Facebook Job Complaints Land Him In Middle Eastern Jail
Canadians Are 'Spocking' Their Fivers And It's Totally Legal
Did Bibi Lie To Congress? 5 Fact-Checked Claims From The Speech
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