One way to mitigate the problem of socioeconomic inequality is by resolving the disparity in the quality of education.
By Joe Choe
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Iraq isn’t South Vietnam, but some of the same dynamics are driving U.S. policy.
By Wright Smith
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In South Korea, yellow ribbons underscore deeper frustration with the government and society.
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Other than creating the infrastructure necessary for attracting investment, Modi would bring some degree of policy stability to the government.
Even if the BJP is poised for victory, the party needs to think more critically about its long-term vision for a productive, independent India.
Afghanistan's presidential elections could make the final withdrawal of NATO forces much easier and more feasible.
India, the world’s largest democracy, is currently gripped by election fever. Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are set to win big, as popularity for the current governing party, the Indian National Congress (INC), is in steep decline. Yet, in the complex Indian political landscape, nothing is so simple. We will not know the election results until May ... Read More
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In evaluating the Western response to Russia's annexation of the Crimean peninsula, we should look towards the example of the 2008 invasion of Georgia.
In Madela's wake, South Africa continues to shape its future.