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Fighting Terrorists? Needed: More Effective Battle of Ideas

There are different kinds of terrorists. Understanding the variations could help stop them.

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Continuity at the Top

Since 1892, which of the following institutions has seen the fewest changes in leadership? (A.) Catholic Church (B.) General Electric (C.) U.S. Presidency (D.) British Prime Ministers

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Did Pope Francis Get to His Post Too Late?

How the Catholic Church wasted important time on the urgent road to reinvention.

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Uruguay: Paying Homage to the Old Gods

Residents of Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo, gather to celebrate the festival of the sea goddess Yemanjá.

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Islam and the West: Clash of Civilizations?

Is the real problem between Islam and the West — or within Islam itself?

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Minorities in Vietnam: The Muslim Champa People

The beautiful rituals of the Champa people in Vietnam.

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18 Facts: Christians in China

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Despite current attempts at suppression, the number of Christians is growing.

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The World’s New Thirty Years War

How to shape a coherent long-term Western strategy for the age of new global violence.

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The Creeping Saudi Arabization of America

The U.S. Supreme Court chips away at the separation between church and state.

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Next: An African Pope?

Where is the Catholic Church growing? When will the Vatican hierarchy lose its European/Western bent?

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