Tag Archives: Civil War

The Steady Beat of Wars and Heavy Rains

Women in Mozambique bear the brunt of civil war, droughts and floods.

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America’s Mezzogiorno: Take the Money and Run

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What is the outcome of the anti-government legislating for the southern U.S. states?

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No Aid for Syrian Refugee Survivors of Rape

In Syria, once again, rape is being used as a weapon of war. What can be done?

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America’s Bismarck: How Lincoln Created Industrial America

Do Americans — who have a conflicted attitude toward government — realize the economic power that Abraham Lincoln wielded?

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A Brief History of U.S. Defaults

Does the United States have a stellar credit record — or is it a nation of deadbeats?

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How We Lost American Exceptionalism

How did Democrats and Republicans both become the parties of war and the purveyors of an interventionist foreign policy?

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Dateline Sri Lanka: Tourism and Peacebuilding

How is tourism playing a key role in helping Sri Lanka rebuild from its civil war?

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Somalia’s Forgotten Crisis

Should the United States change its policies in the Horn of Africa to avoid further humanitarian crises?

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Africa’s W — Wars

What is the cause of so many wars in Africa?

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Zimbabwe: Hope After Mugabe?

Despite its great potential, why has the country been in decline for two decades?

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