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The struggle over the power of the Catholic Church.
Islamic jurisprudence does not encourage abortion, but unlike the Catholic Church, it does not absolutely forbid it.
The real reasons this outbreak has turned into an epidemic are weak health systems and lack of workforce.
Can Israel Be Both Jewish and Democratic?
Overnight, the hopeful, broad-based, grassroots independence movement gave rise to the righteous wronged.
Pakistan has long been home to international terrorists—including al-Qaeda and the masterminds of
C. Christine Fair
The Financial Firms that Prey on Governments in Debt
Saskia Sassen, Lisa Lucile Owens
Scotland’s independence referendum is a contest between the head and the heart, between love and money.
On July 19 I joined a licensed march in Haifa against the Gaza war.
Understanding the unthinkable war
Sadiq J. Al-Azm
How a struggle within Shiism will shape the future of Iraq.
History has shown time and again that it is not possible to dehumanize an enemy while treating their cousins, aunts, and uncles with respect.
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