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Like Cops in Ferguson, America Must Police the World

In his new book America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global Disorder (Sentinal, $32.95), Wall Street Journal columnist and Pulitzer winner Bret Stephens makes a timely analogy between the broken windows policing theory and Pax Americana, or what I like to call Peace through Strength. 26 Nov 2014

The Disturbing Heroes of Dutch Muslim Youth

For American teens these days, the biggest heroes are no longer baseball players or even Lady Gaga: they are mostly You Tube stars, like the comedy team Smosh, followed by Katy Perry and – surprisingly – 92-year-old actress Betty White. But for hundreds of thousands of Dutch youth, the heroes of the day are neither film stars nor comedians: they are the jihadists of the Islamic State. 25 Nov 2014

Iraqi Kurds Prepare Sinjar Mountain Offensive

(Reuters) - Kurdish forces in northern Iraq are drawing up plans to break Islamic State's siege of Sinjar mountain, where hundreds of minority Yazidis remain stranded months after fleeing their homes. 25 Nov 2014

Cheaper Oil Is Squeezing Iran

The recent drop in oil prices is making American consumers happy as they enter the holiday season. As fuel prices go down, consumer confidence and spending go up, and the economy strengthens. The opposite is true in Iran, where both the state and private sector are heavily dependent on high oil prices. Indeed, while President Barack Obama resists calls to restore some sanctions on Iran, the low oil price operates as a sanction by default. 25 Nov 2014

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