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Hillary Clinton Declares Haqqani Network a Terrorist Group, and Pakistan Media Begins a Smear Campaign

Secretary of State Clinton declared the group that operates in the tribal region of Afghanistan a terrorist network, but some Pakistan media outlets evidently disagree.

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Bin Laden Death: One Year Later, Terrorists Remain Dangerous in Pakistan

One year after Bin Laden's death, militants continue to run wild in Pakistan, and the government's spy agencies are engaging in state-sponsored terrorism across the country.
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Should We Leave it to the Free Market to Create Jobs?

The recession has forced governments to reduce expenditures. One job in a rural town holds more value than one job in a metropolis; the cost/ benefit analysis of public assets must reflect this.
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One Year After Horrific Iraq Camp Ashraf Massacre, U.S. Must Pave Way to Resettlement to Avoid War With Iran

One year ago on April 8, 2011, the Iraqi army assaulted Camp Ashraf, the residence of 3,400 Iranian exiles. Resolving that incident may hold the key to bringing about regime change in Iran.
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Saudi Women Lead Student Protests in Rare Act of Valor

Do the past few days of protests led by female students in Abha point to a change in the mindset of Saudi youth?
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After Twitter Incident, Liberal Blogger Hamza Kashagari Hunted Down By Saudi Inquisition

A witch-hunt in the Kingdom has erupted by the Saudi clerical establishment to root out “liberals” who seek a more modern, open and tolerant approach in Saudi society.

Does Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich's Rise Signal the End of Evangelical Influence in 2012?

Evangelical political influence has been waning in recent years. Does Rick Santorum’s poor performance and Gingrich's resurgence signal the end of evangelical politics in America?
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Department of Homeland Security (@DHSgov) is Now Following You on Facebook and Twitter

The DHS recently announced that it has been monitoring social media websites like Facebook and Twitter. Is this a threat to our civil liberties?

Do We Need the Pope Anymore?

The Pope is an unelected despot who claims infallibility and presides over a country of 800 people. Why do world leaders still care about what he has to say?
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Yemeni Nobel Laureate Karmen Would Never Have Won Wearing a Niqab

Tawakkul Karman's uncovering enabled her to become an icon that the West could embrace.
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Yemen Suffers As Water Becomes Scarce

Yemen faces catastrophic famine as extreme drought conditions continue to ravage the country.

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Our Generation's 1776 Moment

On July 4th, PolicyMic writers share their thoughts on our generation's most important challenges. What do you think our revolutionary moment is?
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Yemen Tribes Destroy Dream of Civil Society

While tribes have played a key role in Yemeni politics for over three decades, they are keeping Yemen from moving forward. Protesters must not be sidelined from their goals by tribal violence.