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How Foreign Governments Influence American Media

Ted Begosian on efforts to censor his 1988 documentary film on Armenia

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What To Do About Drones

Missy Cummings examines whether streamlined FAA policies could have prevented the White House lawn drone crash

from Forbes

Malpractice Reform Won’t Save Money

Peter Ubel: Does our malpractice system directly lead to increased healthcare expenditures?

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When Women Become Terrorists

Jayne Huckerby on why the West ignores the role women play in groups like ISIL

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Laurie Patton on Public Scholarship

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The Future of Two States

Journalist Ethan Bronner discusses the consequences of the growing separation between Palestinians and Israelis.