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International Relations

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  • The U.N. Security Council has an obligation to act in Syria

    "Does it stay on all the time or does it come off?" Ahmed asked from his hospital bed, frowning at the thought of a prosthetic leg. "I want one that doesn't come off." These are the words of a 12-year-old boy, an innocent victim of a brutal regime and...
  • Running mate adds business focus to Rutherford bid for governor

     Running mate adds business focus to Rutherford bid for governor
    As an immigrant from South Korea, Steve Kim was introduced to American culture through childhood conversations about politics with his father over the daily newspaper. But it would take several years and a college internship before Kim realized his...
  • Spain's Launches 'Google Tax,' Attacks Piracy Linking Sites

    MADRID -Spain's government looks set to enable local news media to charge Google and other search machines for their publication of copyrighted content. Announced Friday as part of long-awaited reforms to Spain's Intellectual Property Law, the rapidly-...
  • Will Obama kill unknown American with secret memo?

    Every time you think the war on terror can't get any weirder, it does. In the latest manifestation, White House officials are leaking to the news media that they are considering whether to use drone strikes to kill an unnamed American in Pakistan....
  • About Ron Klein

    About Ron Klein
    Ron Klein, a member of Holland & Knight's Public Policy & Regulation Group, has worked in the private sector as a business and transactional attorney for over 25 years, as well as the public sector as an elected official in both Tallahassee and...
  • Antiwar Cartoons Live On

    Antiwar Cartoons Live On
    The International Anti-War Cartoon Exhibit is gone from Gateway College’s art gallery, where it was displayed for just a week earlier this month. But the message endures. It’s a simple message of peace that has fueled 18 years of...
  • Bridging the Arab-Israeli divide

    On Nov. 5, my wife and I attended a rare public dialogue between Jews and Muslims at Columbia's Beth Shalom Congregation between Imam Yahya Hendi, Muslim chaplain at Georgetown University, and Rabbi Andrew Busch of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. It is...
  • The looted art of Europe

     The looted art of Europe
    It is not terribly surprising that Adolf Hitler hated most modern art, which he saw as "degenerate" and which he believed had been contaminated by the influence of, yes, the Jews. His taste ran more to the work of Eduard von Gr├╝tzner, a Munich-based...
  • Robert R. Bowie, lawyer, professor

    Robert R. Bowie, lawyer, professor
    Robert R. Bowie, a lawyer who established what is now the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, died Nov. 2 of respiratory failure at Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. He was 104. The son of Clarence Keating Bowie,...
  • WikiLeaks cheers Snowden asylum in Russia; rights groups dubious

    Edward Snowden and the WikiLeaks organization that helped him evade extradition to the United States to face espionage charges praised Russia for having “done the right thing” Thursday in granting temporary asylum to the former National...
  • Putin appeals directly to U.S. public with stinging op-ed on Syria

    He invoked God, the pope and the rule of law, and recalled a time when the United States and Russia were allies "and defeated the Nazis together." But don't think for a moment that Vladimir Putin has lost his edge. In a bluntly worded commentary...