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A failed Tibetan uprising on March 10, 1959, in the capital Lhasa led to the expulsion of the religious leader the Dalai Lama and continues to reverberate throughout China's efforts to become a major world power. Robert Barnett, an adjunct…

Analysts disagree on whether the decades' old conflict over control of the Kashmir region between India and Pakistan inspired the attacks in late November in Mumbai, India, or whether the objectives of the fighters go beyond the disputed region. Dan…

The impact of the global economic crisis has been particularly evident in Iceland with the nation itself left on the verge of bankruptcy. To minimize losses of investments in Icelandic banks, the British government took action to freeze assets of…

Taking a shot at Israel's intelligence agencies, author Ronen Bergman argues that Israel and the West have underestimated the threat from Iran for decades. Bergman, a journalist and author of "The Secret War with Iran: The 30-Year Clandestine Struggle Against…

Energy and food prices are skyrocketing. Some people are forgoing necessities, simply because they costs too much. Some black communities have been hit particularly hard because residents pay a larger percentage of their incomes on energy costs. Jori Lewis looks…

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