NSA Spying: A Threat to US Interests?

Big-data snooping by the NSA and US companies unnerves many Europeans, polls suggest
Bruce Stokes
December 5, 2013

American Universities Eye Chinese Students

Chinese undergraduates pay top tuition rates – and don’t clamor for US jobs
Hassan Siddiq
November 12, 2013

African Art on the Move

Zimbabwean sculptors travel to overseas gardens, balancing tradition and new creativity
Susan Froetschel
November 7, 2013

US Health Care Reform Is Only Getting Started

An individualistic streak raises costs of US health care, preventing universal coverage
Elizabeth H. Bradley, Lauren A. Taylor
November 5, 2013

Strike on Syria for Chemical Weapons – Not Illegal

Humanitarian interventions, as proposed by Obama on Syria, shape responsibility to protect
Harold Hongju Koh
October 3, 2013

Latin America: Anti-US in Words, Not Deeds

Despite spying allegations, the United States is locked into partnership with its southern neighbors
Luisa Parraguez, Francisco Garcia Gonzalez, Joskua Tadeo
October 1, 2013

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Trump, CIA on Collision Course Over Russia’s Role in US Election

The US confronts many complex threats that require analysis by intelligence officials
David Nakamura and Greg Miller
December 12, 2016

Can Trump – or Anyone – Bring Back US Manufacturing?

Manufacturing hits all-time high in 2015, but efficiency reduced the jobs
December 8, 2016

How Important Is NASA's Earth Science Program That Trump Wants to Abolish?

Satellite data support infrastructure planning, agriculture and other industries
Brenda Ekwurzel
December 5, 2016

Syrian Rebels in Secret Talks With Moscow to End Aleppo Fighting

Such talks, if underway, sideline the United States
Erika Solomon and Geoff Dyer
December 2, 2016

Obama's Dirty Secret: US Fossil Fuel Projects Littered Around the World

The US Export-Import Bank spent more than $30 billion on fossil-fuel projects since 2008
Sonali Prasad, Jason Burke, Michael Slezak and Oliver Milman
December 2, 2016

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