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  • Pete Souza/White House

    Obama Tackles Immigration Reform

    The past few months have seen great upheavals in the Obama administration, especially regarding the changes to immigration reform.

  • Andalusia Knoll

    The Coming 'Mexican Winter'

    After a rarely transparent month of investigations, despair enveloped Mexico over the weekend of November 8th when authorities offered grim news about the fate of Iguala’s 43 missing college students.

  • Fabio Campo

    The Case for Qatar

    Qatar holds some valuable lessons for the U.S. in matters of foreign policy and investment. The West should always be mindful of the way its values have found new modes of expression in countries that do not share the same (generically speaking) Judeo-Christian background.


    Lawlessness: EULEX in Kosovo

    EULEX, the EU’s rule of law mission in Kosovo, is dealing with allegation of corruption including bribe-taking all the while trying to gag the press from reporting on its misdeeds.

  • Kasey Krall

    Hawks Love a Good War

    For a country looking to quit military quagmires cold turkey, the Syrian civil war presents an interesting case study in temptation for the United States. In fact, there isn’t a war that hawks in Congress don’t love.

  • Rock Cohen

    Time for Europe to Stand

    The issue of CSDP is part of a larger argument over traditional sovereignty and further EU integration. Time marches on and the debate of the topic of Europe’s role in security continues. Time, however, might be running out.