When There is no Chance of Peace: The Russian/ American Stand-Off

Karla Fetrow: We are entering another Cold War, with the same three players, only this time the script has been changed.

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Working for peanuts: Observing human trafficking in Uganda

Jane Stillwater- In these desperate times of poverty and conflict, traffickers arrive in villages and refuge camps and they promise the world to stressed and desperate parents.

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When We Thought the Bomb had Dropped

Karla Fetrow: For Alaskans, the Cold War meant that you were eternally under the shadow of The Bomb and every day of your life you felt lucky that the world was still here.

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The Dirty Double Game-The Orphans of Camp Ashraf

Ronald Thomas- West- “It is easy to see now why many Iranians continue to resent this intervention by America in their internal affairs.”

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Why the United States Fears Russia: Thesis of Polarization

Karla Fetrow: Russia is open to business, but the U.S. remains fearful. A two-part critical analysis of governments in change and political polarization.

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India, Pakistan, the Bomb and “limited war”

By: Bill The Butcher-“We’re ready for a war with Pakistan. They should just let us know the place and the time.”

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