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When Christian Power Was Arrayed Against a Judeo-Muslim Ideology

Jonathan Gil Harris YaleGlobal, 30 July 2015
In 16th century India, Judeo-Muslim multicultural bonds were tested by Christian Portuguese rulers
NEW DELHI : In recent years, especially in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Islam has been increasingly presented as an “implacable” enemy of the other two monotheist religions – Judaism and Christianity. Yet history tells another story. More >

Obama’s Triumphant Return to Kenya as President

John Githongo YaleGlobal, 28 July 2015
US foreign policy vis-à-vis Africa is transactional; corruption hampers fight against Al-Shabaab

Cuba: Transforming a Revolution

Patricia Alejandro YaleGlobal, 23 July 2015
Castro and Obama balance gradual normalization with showing benefits for both US and Cuba

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