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March 14, 2012

March 14, 2012

Drone Program Under Fire

Britain’s government is being taken to court over its alleged role in CIA drone strikes. Will it hurt the program?

Yayoi Kusama "Spotted" in London
March 14, 2012

Yayoi Kusama "Spotted" in London

Yayoi Kusama may be Japan’s most infamous artist in the West. A new exhibition makes life stranger than art.

Facebook Attack Hits NATO
March 14, 2012

Facebook Attack Hits NATO

British officials are tricked into revealing personal information by a faked Facebook page of a top NATO official.

Vietnam Engages the World
March 14, 2012

Vietnam Engages the World

As Vietnam steps fully onto the international stage, economic development will be a key to success.

India’s Election Warning
March 14, 2012

India’s Election Warning

Last week’s elections highlight the threat of divided government in India. Will uncertainty lead to paralysis?

Another Afghan Police Victory?
March 14, 2012

Another Afghan Police Victory?

A new Afghan commando-style unit has scored another success. But it still relies on help from ISAF.

How Iran Risks Another Chernobyl
March 14, 2012

How Iran Risks Another Chernobyl

While attention has focused on Tehran’s alleged nuclear weapons ambitions, Russia’s lax safety standards risk creating another kind of nuclear disaster in Iran.

Santorum Gets Alabama, Mississippi
March 14, 2012

Santorum Gets Alabama, Mississippi

Rick Santorum has a great night in Alabama and Mississippi. Mitt Romney’s campaign will be less happy.

March 14, 2012

China’s Libya Problem

China’s failure to support the rebels in Libya could hurt its investment prospects there. Time for a rethink?

March 14, 2012

China’s Libya Problem

China’s failure to support the rebels in Libya could hurt its investment prospects there. Time for a rethink?

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