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Sydney Hostage Crisis Spawns #Illridewithyou Twitter Campaign

There is now a predictable cycle that seems to follow every perceived act of Islamist terror: first the attack, then the violent confrontation with police, ...

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The Fall Guy

The knives were out for Chuck Hagel as soon as he was appointed secretary of defense. At first, however, those blades belonged to the snarky ...

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A clear warning from the Australian Army about ‘Fuzzy Writing and Fatalities’

That's the title of an article in the Australian Army Journal that a reader kindly mentioned to me after our recent discussion of the disastrous ...

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How the New Republican Congress Can Strengthen Obama’s Pivot to Asia

Just days after the Nov. 4 U.S. midterm election transformed the American political landscape by handing control of Congress to Republicans, President Barack Obama will ...

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The Kremlin’s $220 Million Man

In 2006, Igor Shuvalov, then one of Vladimir Putin's economic aides and now Russia's first deputy prime minister, used offshore companies to purchase close to ...

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The Looming Gas Glut

Companies around the world are spending billions of dollars in a scramble to start exporting ever-greater amounts of natural gas with hopes of feeding a ...

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Cover Your Face, Then Pay a Fine and Miss the Show

Front-row tickets to a Saturday night show at the Opéra Bastille in Paris are already pricey -- upwards of 230 euros a seat. And they ...

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Australian Government to Huddled Masses: Yearn to Breathe Free Elsewhere

Give the Australian government credit for honesty. Over the course of the last year, Australia has taken a hard-line approach in dealing with a growing ...

Argument

You Should Still Be Scared of Pyongyang

It has been 18 months since North Korea's last major provocation, a nuclear test in February 2013. Aside from periodic rhetorical outbursts from Pyongyang that ...

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Obamacare May Hold the Key to Saving the U.S. from Ebola

Fear of Ebola has been climbing steadily in the United States since Tuesday's announcement that a Liberian traveler in Dallas, Thomas Eric Duncan, was diagnosed ...

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Kerry Tells European Envoys U.N. Action on Palestine Can Wait till Israeli Election

Kerry Tells European Envoys U.N. Action on Palestine Can Wait till Israeli Election

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