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Pipeline Politics

Canada is America’s biggest trading partner. Why isn’t that figuring in the Keystone debate?

Church and State

For the German Catholic church, there’s more at stake in the debate over communion for the remarried than theology. There’s also money.

Religious Freedom Rifts

Indiana and Arkansas governors are poised to backtrack on religious freedom legislation in their states. Things might only get uglier from here.

Who Needs 'Em?

U.S. oil imports from OPEC just hit a 28 year low, thanks to—you guessed it—fracking.

A Nuclear Game of Thrones

Japan moves towards providing subs to New Delhi and China gets ready to provide Islamabad with eight more subs of its own.


Wisconsin’s universities are starting to cut down their workforces in response to Scott Walker’s budget cuts.

Real Putinism
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Political Decay
The Russian state as it is today is more akin to the world as it was in the beginning: without form, and void.
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