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Blame the loss of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 on bad governance

The loss of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 is painfully logical to those accustomed to Malaysia’s scathing bureaucratic disorganization. There, records go unrecorded and file cabinets amass while suitable Internet stands…

Washington Post wrong about Obama’s ‘fantasy’ foreign policy agenda

The Washington Post Editorial Board recently published an op-ed about the President’s foreign policy agenda is a "fantasy" and that the U.S. has an opportunity to “play a leading role…

Internet lampoons David Cameron for selfie tweet

British Prime Minister David Cameron decided to tweet a photo of himself talking about the crisis in Ukraine with President Obama. The original picture was pretty hilarious, but the responses…

India expecting almond price hikes due to california drought

California is no stranger to exhausting droughts — 2013 was California’s driest year in history. But times have gotten even tougher recently, and the effects are beginning to ripple. California…

President Bush’s call to end the ‘civilian-military divide’ is spot on

Former President George W. Bush has remained out of the spotlight over past few years, but in a recent public appearance he took the time to call out the 99…

Genocide tears apart the Central African Republic

The Central African Republic, one of the world’s poorest and politically unstable countries, has long faced the social strife and lingering effects of the region’s genocidal past. But since last…

Ragnarok, the Viking apocalypse: Shameless Publicity Stunts Work

Get ready to tell your parents you love them and rapid fire Instagram your soon to be deceased dog. Ragnarok, the Viking apocalypse, comes to fruition this Saturday. As one…

#SochiProblems: American’s aren’t ‘whiny,’ the criticism is par for the course

An article by Sarah Kaufman of PolicyMic is making its rounds on Facebook lately. It’s called “#SochiProblems Is More of An Embarrassment For America Than It Is For Russia.” Taken…

The President’s Asia tour, take 2: Why South Korea and Japan made the list

On Wednesday the White House released a memo announcing Obama’s upcoming trip to Asia. The president will visit Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines. Which specific countries the…

Syria’s ‘Monuments Men': Hollywood’s unintentional affect on Syria

The release of George Clooney’s new movie this weekend may have a positive affect on the Syrian conflict, according to UNESCO Assistant-Director for Culture, Francesco Bandarin.…

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