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The Legacies of an American Diplomat

Richard Holbrooke’s impact on American foreign policy is immeasurable. From Vietnam to Bosnia, Holbrooke had made himself indispensable to the American government. However, this unique diplomat will likely be most remembered for his role in Afghanistan. His experience in diplomacy and natural understanding of conflict zones make him very difficult to replace at a time when the US perhaps needs him most.

Building Bridges

[escenic_image id=”55212458″] Interfaith relations in the United States have come to a crossroads, particularly concerning American perceptions of Islam. While …

A Show Trial?

[escenic_image id=”55180742″] Foul play, or justice? These are different characterizations that have surrounded last week’s verdict of Tariq Aziz by …

The Midas Touch

[escenic_image id=”55158793″] Last Friday, Rahm Emanuel, the most powerful White House chief of staff since Ronald Regan’s James Baker, announced …