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A new book weighs the feminism of Hillary Clinton...
A new book weighs the feminism of Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy - Quartz all talk?A new book weighs the feminism of Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy Saudi foreign minister Prince Saud al-Faisal,...
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Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Jon Stewart doesn’t give a damn anymore: Why the ...
This article originally appeared on What will we do without Jon Stewart? I hear that a lot. Of course I hope his writers will be able to make more magic with his successor, Trevor Noah. And no...
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Navigating South Africa's Loaded Political Lexicon
By Dirk Kotze, University of South Africa Liberalism is a dirty word for the majority of South Africans. This goes back to early colonialism. Liberals opposed apartheid but not the close relationship...
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Obama’s flame is flickering
On Saturday mornings, I love to watch reruns of the TV Western “The Rifleman.” Each show is a little moral fable, with Chuck Connors’ widowed rancher and crack shot, Lucas McCain, teaching his son,...
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Will Australia fight Islamic State alongside Iraq...
Fight against IS attracts new Iraqi recruits When the northern city of Mosul fell to so-called Islamic State forces in June, the world wondered what had happened to the billions invested by the West...
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The Killer Elite, At Home and Abroad
Everybody loves a good killer. American pop culture is saturated with the love of killers. The more sexy and elite the killer, the more reverence he or she receives and the more the obvious moral...
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Baghdad: 70 per cent of Christian homes illegally...
Many Christians have fled Baghdad and their homes have been illegally seized. Nearly 70 per cent of Christian-owned homes in Baghdad have been illegally seized, according to a member of the city's...
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Gottesdiener and Garcia, How to Dismantle This Co...
They say that imperial wars come home in all sorts of ways. Think of the Michigan that TomDispatch regular Laura Gottesdiener describes today as one curious example of that dictum. If you remember, in...
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Since the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013, members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been casting themselves, to Western audiences in particular, as a revolutionary force fighting a...
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Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s criticism of Iraqi forces not having “the will to fight’ closely reflects our own reluctance to send ground forces to the region. The birth of ISIS followed the...
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