Top Daily Stories for March 2010

Mar 8 2010

Surge Incapacity

Foreign Policy - Mon, 2010-03-08 01:00
Let's face it: America just isn't very good at nation-building.
Mar 8 2010

A Sorry Spectacle

Foreign Policy - Mon, 2010-03-08 01:00
The uninspiring saga of the United States' World Expo pavilion in Shanghai.
Mar 8 2010

Iraq At Eye Level

Foreign Policy - Mon, 2010-03-08 01:00
As the dust settles on Iraq's pivotal election, some of the most prominent Western journalists in the country sound off on what it means for Iraq's future and the U.S. role in the region.
Mar 8 2010

China?s War With the West: Already Started?

USNI Blog - Mon, 2010-03-08 01:00
War which has undergone the changes of modern technology and the market system will be launched even more in atypical forms. In other words, while we are seeing a relative reduction in military violence, at the same time we definitely are seeing an increase
Mar 7 2010

Obama's Middle East Democracy Problem

Foreign Policy - Sun, 2010-03-07 01:00
The Obama administration?s quiet approach to promoting freedom in the Arab world is about to meet its first major test.
Mar 7 2010

Interview: Tzipi Livni

Foreign Policy - Sun, 2010-03-07 01:00
Israel?s leading opposition politician says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu needs to ?face reality? and work toward a two-state solution with the Palestinians -- before it?s too late.
Mar 5 2010

SS United States Faces Scrapping

Maritime News - Vessels - Fri, 2010-03-05 01:00
According to the SS United States Conservancy awareness campaign, the America’s national flagship, the SS United States, is in imminent danger of being bought by scrappers.
Mar 5 2010

Life Inside Somalia?s Bunker Government

Foreign Policy - Fri, 2010-03-05 01:00
An interview with Information Minister Dahir Gelle, as told to FP's Elizabeth Dickinson.
Mar 5 2010

The Princeling and the Paupers

Foreign Policy - Fri, 2010-03-05 01:00
In China, a divisive fight over political succession underpins a public fight over the internal immigration system.
Mar 5 2010

Flightdeck Friday: Desperate Times ? Desperate Measures?

USNI Blog - Fri, 2010-03-05 01:00
In 1940 Britain was in a desperate fight for survival. Isolated from the Continent, Britain was relying on a lifeline extended from the States via merchant convoys. Plying the North Atlantic, out of range of land-based air cover, the convoys were subject

 
 

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