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Only the Poor Die Screaming

If you had a million dollars to spend (but not on yourself), where would it do the most good? Well, the cost to cover...

Western Refugee Policies Are One Endless Evian Conference

Evian is not just a bottled water company. And the town of Évian-les-Baines in France on the south shore of Lake Geneva is not...

The Greatest Show on Earth

"In ancient times, wars were often settled by duels. Each army would send forward a champion, and mortal combat between the two would decide the issue. Such was the legendary fight between David and Goliath. In today’s sports, a single champion often fights for his nation in the tennis court, the judo ring or the Olympic pool."

Hillary Clinton embarks on Neo-colonial Tour of Africa

"Clinton may have arrived in Dakar, Senegal without a pith helmet, swagger stick and palanquin, but she nonetheless came as a modern-day avatar of Cecil Rhodes bent on reestablishing Western dominance in Africa. This time with a decided military dimension."

U.S. campaign against Syria: Years in the making

"Washington announced and Damascus understood years in advance what the intended endgame in Syria would be. The past sixteen months' unrest and violence in Syria is both partially the result of and the opportunity to complete the Broader Middle East strategy of the U.S. and NATO. And to escalate the most dangerous diplomatic and political, perhaps ultimately military, confrontation with Russia and China since the Cold War."