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Why Obama’s second-term foreign policy focus should be the Asia Pivot

Americans want to hear about the economy. Reasonable, seeing that after three years of increasing, unemployment is only now starting to dip into normalcy. The 2014 State of the Union…

Revolution looms in Ukraine as violence grows

Through ice, snow, sleet and subfreezing temperatures, Ukraine's protesters have braved the winter's harshest elements to take a stand for their country's economic future. Amid fears of revolution, Prime Minister Even…

Anthony Bourdain’s unlikely contribution to American diplomacy

In recent memory Anthony Bourdain has evolved from an attention-whored chef/writer to a famed image of Americans abroad. Proud societies from Malaysia to Myanmar appreciate his flattering approach to diplomacy,…

Pope Francis: Squaring “The Word” and his words

Pope Francis has been named "Man of the Year" by both Time Magazine and the LGBT-interest magazine The Advocate. President Obama has called him a "messenger of peace and justice,"…

Five things to know about Ukraine’s Euromaiden movement

As the post Soviet country finds itself split between Russia and Europe, Ukraine has experienced a wave of civil unrest in recent weeks, known as the Euromaiden movement. Check…

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