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By Shane Granger, from July 30, 2015 in Analysis »
Syria’s civil war has become the worst humanitarian catastrophe of our time. Evidence of it is abundant in Turkey and the other nations bordering Syria.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from July 29, 2015 in Analysis »
You can learn about Russia and the United States by looking at the public’s view of their armed forces.
By Callum Wood, from July 29, 2015 in Economy »
Australia’s economy is ill prepared and incapable in the face of the looming global economic crisis.
By Stephen Flurry, from July 27, 2015 in Analysis »
Education starts with fathers turning their hearts to their children—and children turning their hearts to their father.
By Robert Morley, from July 27, 2015 in Analysis »
Are black students more likely to be disciplined because teachers are racists? Or is there a more likely reason?
By Callum Wood, from July 26, 2015 in Analysis »
Implications of the rocket-wielding terrorists in the Sinai
By Brad Macdonald, from July 26, 2015 in Analysis »
There are roughly 20,000 nuclear weapons on this planet. What happens when one is dropped on your city?
By Brent Nagtegaal, from July 24, 2015 in Analysis »
After two years of dillydallying and indecision, Turkey has now entered the fight against the Islamic State in Syria. The reason why, though complicated, may mark a sizable turn in Turkey’s foreign policy.
By Brad Macdonald, from July 22, 2015 in Analysis »
The world’s most influential figure is on a crusade to restructure the global economy.
By Robert Morley, from July 22, 2015 in Analysis »
The White House is launching an unprecedented collection of sensitive data on Americans. How will the data be used?