Opposition to US use of military force in Syria does not break down along partisan lines. Here are five top reasons Americans are wary of US military strikes in Syria.
One of Africa's leading oil states is tearing apart at the seams defined largely along the divisions suppressed during Moammar Gadhafi's autocracy, Graeber writes. With 48 billion barrels of proven oil reserves at stake, what's next for Libya may have less to do with political reform than it does with who controls the oil spigots.
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