February 11 - The Shooting of Three Muslim Students in North Carolina; A Case against the U.S. Arming Ukraine; The Powerful Memoir of a War Photographer's Life and Love

February 8 - A Moscow-Based Defense Analyst on the War in Ukraine; Blurring the Line Between Fact and Fiction in America's Wars; The Crossing of the Line Between Embellishment and Fabrication by NBC's Brian Williams

February 5 - Will the West Arm Ukraine?; “The Road to Iraq: The Making of Neoconservative War” and How the Neocons May be Rewarded for Their Failures by a Clinton or Bush Presidencies

February 3 - The Reaction Inside Jordan to the Burning Alive of Their Captive Pilot; How the Jordanian Pilot's Death Impacts the King's Rule; Putin's Gangster State

January 13 - Police Officers Charged with Murder; The Fall of Putin and Who or What Might Replace Him; Long Hours, No Vacations, Yet When We Are Idle, We Are the Most Creative

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  • January 1 - A New Year's Retrospective on Foreign Policy Issues in 2014 and the International Landscape Ahead in 2015

    December 22 - North Korea Loses the Internet as the U.N. Security Council Debates Their Human Rights; Having Looted the Russian Econmoy Putin Does Not Have a Clue How to Fix It; More Americans Are Turned Off From Voting As More Money Pours into Politics

    December 14 - Why the Democrats Caved and How the Republicans Got Away with Killing Financial Reform; "How the U.S. Created the Islamic State"; "Putin's Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?"

    December 3 - A Fourth Netanyahu Government in Israel; How Falling Oil Prices are Impacting Russia and Putin's Rule; Yet Another Failure to Indict a White Police Officer in the Killing of a Black Man

    November 26 - Separate Narratives in a Divided St. Louis, Missouri; Will We Take Putin's Bait?; Republican Plans for a Permanent $400 Billion Tax Break for Big Corporations