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Analysis: The 'Great War' introduced mechanized technology and the soulless calculus of attrition into warfare.
Gaza and Jerusalem were promised to both the Arabs and the Jews. They're still fighting nearly a century later.
Hint: It's not good.
Could a Chinese crash do the kind of damage that the US property market’s bust did in 2008?
For starters, some of the newbies are just wild about Putin.
The 70th anniversary of D-Day is coming — and so is Putin.
History, poor equipment and inexperience hamper the country’s army.
The local shrimping industry is already losing out to Asia.
NML Capital has struggled for years to get Argentina to pay up. The US assistant attorney general may have just placed a new hurdle.
Some of them will surprise you.
The island's new investment law offers inducements, but no guarantees.
A look at the nuclear warheads that guarantee our 'mutually assured destruction.'
It has nearly as much crude reserves as the US and Saudi Arabia combined. So how come Venezuela's oil production and exports are slipping and the public is raging in the streets?
Trading near historic lows, copper augers more trouble for emerging markets.
Talk of Western sanctions has Russian oligarchs worried.
Splitting off non-contiguous territories has been a surefire prescription for violence.
5 myths, busted.
With an improving economy and clean debt ceiling hike, will Obama bring world poverty back to the US agenda?
These are not your everyday top economic performers. But behind the garish GDP growth forecasts, the devil lurks in the details.
Heading into President Obama's State of the Union address, elites' discussion of economic disparity is at a high point. Does it mean anything?