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This week's winner requests an analysis of Putin's growing anti-Westernism. Check back soon for a link to the completed story.
|Cold War II suggests:||
Putin has been increasingly anti-US, and is aiding Gaddafi. Why? What does he gain from opposing the US?
|Better Meds suggests:||
After more than 500 people were killed by an anti-biotic, France is reforming the way pharmaceutical companies market to doctors. Is this something the US can learn from? Are the reforms meaningful?
|Barry Saiff suggests:||
The Philippines has consistently been ranked near the bottom of international surveys on corruption. However, things may be changing. President Aquino, elected in May, 2010 on a platform of fighting corruption and poverty, seems to be making some headway against corruption, less clearly against poverty. It's a slow process, but there are some indications that justice may actually be served to some of the corrupt government officials of the past administration.
India and Pakistan are the powerhouses of South Asia as well as historic enemies. How do their military forces stack up today?
|F Thompson suggests:||
I would like to see a review of the countries or cities in Europe (or elsewhere) that have banned the wearing of Burqas in public, or are considering it. As Americans shouldn't we be outraged about our allies intolerance and willingness to infringe on individual liberty and religious freedom?
|LANE TRIPPE suggests:||
What is the status of the peace movement in Israel? Specifically, what is the public sentiment (by viewpoints) inside Israel concerning continued settlement expansion, maintenance of The Wall and checkpoint procedure, continued embargoes for Gaza.
I realize this is a topic sporadically covered by mainstream media, but it is not covered on a regular basis, and it is extremely spotty, crisis-driven.
Thank you for considering.