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  • BP oil spill: How will it affect the Obama presidency?

    BP oil spill: How will it affect the Obama presidency?

    Even if Obama has not received high marks for his handling of the BP oil spill, it remains but one of many elements that voters consider when asked their views of his job performance.

  • Lessons in PR from the Soviet Union

    The Circle Bastiat Lessons in PR from the Soviet Union

    The Soviet Union produced the most effective and successful propaganda machine in the history of mankind. Have other movements followed its lead?

  • The Icarus Syndrome

    The Icarus Syndrome

    How hubris – in various shapes and forms – played a role in America’s decision to go to war in Iraq.

  • Oval Office speech: Obama's 'take charge' moment in Gulf oil spill

    Oval Office speech: Obama's 'take charge' moment in Gulf oil spill

    In the Gulf oil spill crisis, President Obama has shied away from theatrical moments that symbolize he's in charge. Tuesday's Oval Office speech is his attempt to take charge on his own terms.

  • John Hughes Gulf oil spill could mark a turning point for Obama

    Beset by problems at home and abroad Obama has come across as clinical in his response to the Gulf oil spill. But if Obama is to fulfill his bright promise of "change," failed policies should be revised. Heads should roll.

  • A professor and writer finds ways for peacebuilding

    Difference Maker A professor and writer finds ways for peacebuilding

    Conflict negotiator and writer John Paul Lederach has spent decades seeking new paths to peacebuilding.

  • Gallery Banned by Israel: Noam Chomsky, and who else?

    1. NOAM CHOMSKY: On May 16, 2010, the longtime critic of the US and professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was denied entry to the Palestinian Territories. He was on his way to give a lecture at Bir Zeit University in Ramallah in the West Bank. The Israeli ministry later said it had misunderstood Mr. Chomsky’s reasons for visiting and assumed he wanted to visit Israel proper as well.

  • Gallery Notable women in US politics

    Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin became the first woman governor of her state in December 2006. Palin was selected by John McCain as the vice presidential candidate – only the second woman in the US to be selected for that post. After the 2008 election, Palin announced in July 2009 that she would resign her post as governor of Alaska and would not run for reelection in 2010. Palin released her memoir, 'Going Rogue: An American Life,' in November 2009. The former governor and vice-presidential candidate has since formed a political action committee, SarahPAC, and in February 2010 appeared as the keynote speaker at the inaugural 'tea party' convention in Nashville, Tenn.

  • A history of false starts for US energy independence

    The Daily Reckoning A history of false starts for US energy independence

    Throughout America's history of seeking energy independence, there have been many false starts. Here is a list of the eight most public, and memorable false starts.

  • Loch Ness monster is real: former Scottish police chief

    Global News Blog Loch Ness monster is real: former Scottish police chief

    Newly published documents reveal that a Scottish police official in the 1930s believed 'beyond doubt' that the Loch Ness monster existed. Expert Loren Coleman says it reveals the government's longstanding policy to protect the mythic beast.