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by | Nov 7, 2008

Last week began a string of legal one-off ivory sales in Africa that rekindled an argument between save-the-elephants traditional conservationists and their free-market counterparts. The old-school conservationists are alarmed and outraged by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species’…

by | Aug 11, 2008

A younger, humbler George W. Bush once said, “I don’t think our troops should be used for what’s called nation building.” How times change. A strategy document released recently by U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, with the tacit approval…

by | Aug 8, 2008

Russian tanks in Georgia Terrorists threaten Olympics in video Bin Laden driver sentenced to a short term Incumbent Tenn. congressman loses Republican primary primary

by | Aug 7, 2008

New investment in Serbia Iraq delays provincial polls Israeli PM pledges prisoner release Archbishop of Cantebury wrote that gay relationships are okay Indian army deploys thousands more to Kashmir

by | Aug 5, 2008

Iran allows IAEA inspectors to visit India and Pakistan to cut trade barriers Energy wars continue Republicans drop in state voting rolls U.S. says illegals, deport thyself Quake hits China

by | Aug 4, 2008

Grand Theft Auto now illegal in Thailand Treat the Olympics like a business Reflections on Solzhenitsyn China takes step in wrong direction with its monetary policy Lieberman: Obama not ready Reflections on Solzhenitsyn Elections bill in Iraq stalls on Kirkuk

by | Jul 31, 2008

Bad VP picks Don’t let maxims determine success in Iraq Food “apartheid” in LA is paternalism Housing bailout fit for TV drama, says Amity Schlaes Food bank to fight hunger Guantanamo judge allows interrogations

by | Jul 30, 2008

Bush signs measure for homeowners Karadzic to face war crimes court Turkey’s ruling party escapes ban EU agrees to go beyond UN sanctions Europe experiments with direct democracy

by | Jul 29, 2008

Get tough, Obama Zimbabwe talks adjourned Australia changes asylum policy China defends human rights record Anarchists at the DNC will go away, for $50 million

by | Jul 28, 2008

In mid-July the International Criminal Court (ICC) indicted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes and genocide. The evidence strongly suggests that the nation’s president, who displaced a democratically elected government to take power in 1989, has been responsible for…

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