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By Matt Baron
As the largest Islamic constitutional republic in the world, Pakistan has always had a very divergent relationship with the United States. While fairly unpopular among the Pakistani citizenry, America has often come to rely upon the nation’s leadership, especially in the past decade. Though the alliance is logistically critical to both parties, it has not always been the most honest. The worst kept secret so far is that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) frequently colludes with and shelters extremist leaders. In response, the U.S. has progressively increased their …
By Will McChesney
You don’t have to have a triple-digit IQ to realize that the next few weeks will be crucial for the future of Europe.
The continued failure of Europe’s leaders to restore short-term faith to its markets has led to infighting and harsh strain on less-powerful, peripheral states. Without any long-term plan, individual nations have continued to bicker about exactly where relief should come from. Governments of prosperous states such as Germany, Finland and the Netherlands argue that their taxpayers should not bear the weight of failing markets in Ireland …