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NewsAHI holds seventh annual colloquiumBy Dean Woodley Ball '14 April 10, 2014 Last weekend, the Alexander Hamilton Institute (AHI) held its seventh annual Carl B. Menges Colloquium at the Turning...
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2014/04/07 16:39
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Karzai to continue playing important role in Afghan politics post elections: Report Washington, Apr. 7 : Outgoing Afghan President Hamid Karzai is expected to remain a key political player in...
2014/04/07 08:29
2014/04/07 08:29
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LEZAI: The biggest election the world has ever seen begins on Monday in a remote backwater of tea gardens and rice paddies, with India looking increasingly likely to embrace a coalition led by Hindu...
2014/04/07 02:36
2014/04/07 02:36
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Share this page Narendra Modi is the main opposition BJP's prime ministerial candidate Since early 2013 one question has dominated Indian political discourse: will there be a "wave of support" for...
2014/04/07 00:20
2014/04/07 00:20
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Hamid Karzai’s name was not on the ballot in Saturday’s elections, but the outgoing president of Afghanistan is expected to remain a key political player, possibly complicating the U.S. relationship...
2014/04/05 13:19
2014/04/05 13:19
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Samantha Power: learning to play the diplomat’s game In the winter of 2009, a stubborn, decade-old question preoccupied a grimly determined group within the Obama administration: Why hadn’t the...
2014/04/04 05:38
2014/04/04 05:38
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Nuclear-weapons-free world a possibility, say experts New Delhi, April 3 : A nuclear weapons free world could actually be a possibility, provided caution and pragmatism is exercised and nuclear...
2014/04/04 01:20
2014/04/04 01:20
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Amid Taliban threats of violence, Afghans will vote Saturday for a new president in an election that not only will begin their country’s first democratic transition of power but also may provide...
2014/04/03 06:57
2014/04/03 06:57
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Two. Crucial. Words. In the most common usage, a neologism is a term for a newly created word, term or phrase that has not necessarily been accepted into the common vernacular. A second, and more...
2014/04/02 11:27
2014/04/02 11:27
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Key senator says U.S. office can lift part of oil export ban WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. government office has the power to approve exports of an abundant type of petroleum and help energy...
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2014/03/31 20:56
2014/03/31 20:56
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WASHINGTON: The US ambassador to India resigned on Monday in the wake of a bitter rift between the usually friendly countries following a diplomat's arrest in New York. The announcement by veteran...
2014/03/30 15:19
2014/03/30 15:19
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WASHINGTON, March 29 (Yonhap) -- A recent meeting between the leaders of South Korea and Japan has offered a glimmer of hope for improved relations between the neighboring nations, but it's still...
2014/03/29 06:15
2014/03/29 06:15
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The mass death sentence imposed on 'dissenters' reveals an Egyptian regime hell-bent on revenge. No.309 on a list of 529 people condemned to die – a lawyer jailed alongside the people he had spent...
2014/03/28 12:10
2014/03/28 12:10
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CAIRO » Over seven decades, the United States and Saudi Arabia forged a strategic alliance that became a linchpin of the regional order: a liberal democracy and an ultraconservative monarchy united by...
2014/03/27 22:45
2014/03/27 22:45
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Since he was elected in August, Rouhani has pleased many Iranians by reaching an interim agreement with the United States and the European Union over his country’s nuclear program, and pursuing a deal...
2014/03/26 21:49
2014/03/26 21:49
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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As India's mammoth general election approaches, jackhammer drills are quietening down at construction sites and earthmovers and cranes remain parked. Many of the country's real...
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2014/03/26 21:44
2014/03/26 21:44
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Indian voters like dynasties - Dire predictions in polls for Gandhi WASHINGTON, March 26, (AFP): Indian voters are largely comfortable with electing dynastic candidates despite dire predictions in...
2014/03/26 02:34
2014/03/26 02:34
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A poll released by the Washington-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace confirmed recent surveys pointing to a strong showing by the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party after a decade...
2014/03/26 01:05
2014/03/26 01:05
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Does this seem even a tiny bit likely? It makes you wonder what foreign policy genius keeps devising these schemes to make Putin less, well, Putinesque. So what was Putin's reaction when he found out...
2014/03/25 23:19
2014/03/25 23:19
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Egyptian lawyer Khaled Abou Bakr, right, talks to the judge during the trial of Al Jazeera’s journalists standing inside the defendants cage as they are charged with supporting the Muslim Brotherhood...
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