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March 7, 2012

Why do we Forget so Easily?
March 07, 2012

Why do we Forget so Easily?

The Commonwealth Games were an international embarrassment for India. The public seems to have forgotten.

Afghan War Lessons
March 07, 2012

Afghan War Lessons

Even as the U.S. looks to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, it’s still worth asking what could be done better.

Football Drops Headscarf Ban
March 07, 2012

Football Drops Headscarf Ban

Football’s governing body had argued that wearing the hijab was a safety problem. It’s had a change of heart.

March 07, 2012

The Curse of China’s Identity Fixation

As China’s leadership prepares for its transition to the fifth generation, a fixation on identity and core interests is a troubling sign for U.S. ties.

March 07, 2012

Romney Edges Ohio

Mitt Romney wins a key victory in Ohio, but loses out in Tennessee despite heavily outspending Santorum.

The Meaning of the Congress Thrashing
March 07, 2012

The Meaning of the Congress Thrashing

India’s ruling Congress party has suffered a major setback in key assembly elections. Does the rise of regional powers spell the end of a Congress-led government?

What India's Election Meant
March 07, 2012

What India's Election Meant

The national parties of the Congress and BJP struggled against regional rivals in key assembly elections.

Santorum Gets a Lift
March 07, 2012

Santorum Gets a Lift

Rick Santorum looks to be having a better night than Mitt Romney, taking Tennessee and staying ahead in Ohio.

March 07, 2012

A Hunger for Heroes

The success of Jeremy Lin, and the 50th anniversary of the death of Lei Feng, revive a debate about heroes.

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