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How China and India May Come to Blows

Why could there be war between these two most populous countries in the world?

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Rethinking the Uber Vs. Taxi Battle

How Uber could be part of the solution (instead of embroiled in controversy)

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Minute Zero: Prologue

A sneak peak into Todd Moss’s latest thriller in the Judd Ryker series about a professor inside the State Department’s Crisis Reaction Unit.

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Global Texas: More Than Dumb Luck

In the age of globalization, Texas found itself at the right spot at the right time.

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Saudi Arabia: From the Eyes of an Insider

“Segregation” is the only way to describe the situation for women in Saudi Arabia.

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Writing a Russian Detective Novel

Developing a positive Russian male role model character after decades of demographic catastrophe.

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A Voice Against Violence

It is time to dismantle the political and economic system that treats half of humanity like children.

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Pope Francis and the Environment

A geologist’s speed reading guide to the pope’s climate encyclical.

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U2’s Activism: From Innocence to Experience

How an Irish rock band turned raw activism into a refined lobby for good.

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Is Genocide Inevitable?

Other outcomes are possible in African conflicts.

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