With outside factions gaining influence and foreign fighters continuing to enlist, is the Syrian Civil War as black and white as we are being told?
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After three weeks of protest and a brutal crackdown, is Turkey still welcome in the EU? And if so, does the Erdogan government care?
FC Barcelona player Lionel Messi and his father have been accused of filing fraudelent tax returns in Spain. But are the allegations motivated by justice, or a desire for higher tax revenues?
Trollthensa.com is asking the world to come together and simultaneously call/email a script loaded with terrorist-buzzwords.
How can you vote against NSA surveillance when it's been supported by both parties?
The IMF has admitted to serious mistakes in its handling of the Greek debt crisis. However, with deep flaws in the Eurozone unresolved, is the Troika just postponing the inevitable?
After nearly a week of violence, EU membership looks like a distant prospect for Turkey. Does this show Erdogan has turned his back on Europe and the human rights reforms it has demanded?
Yesterdays protests against an Istanbul shopping mall have ended in violence. After two years of global protest, will this crackdown only backfire on PM Erdogan's government?
Israeli intelligence officials traveled to Moscow to prevent an anti-aircraft weapon sale to Assad, but the West has given Russia no reason to abandon their long-time ally.
The bloodshed in Iraq has only increased since the U.S.' withdrawal, but is it the Maliki government and its repression of Sunni interests, that is to blame?
Syria is a very dangerous place right now, with multiple opposition groups jockeying for power against Assad's Ba'athist government. But rebel factionalism may be keeping Assad in power.