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What the US Could Learn From Scotland’s Independence Vote: Democracy

The US should take a serious look at the systematic approach Scotland has taken to boosting turnout and voter engagement. This is what democracy looks like.

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The People’s Climate March: Meet the Next Movement of Movements

“To change everything, we need everyone.” Our movements and solutions must be as varied and numerous as the depth and scope that this crisis demands.

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Reese Erlich: Inside Syria

Based on first-hand reporting from Syria and Washington, journalist Reese Erlich unravels the complex dynamics underlying the Syrian civil war. New Book Release / Author Event Oct. 11 in Palo Alto.

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Obama reneges on his foreign-policy promises

For more than a decade, we have spent trillions, sacrificed lives and rained bombs on assorted targets. And the civil wars, tribal rivalries and sectarian violence have only increased.

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Are we at war in Iraq? The name of the fight.

The executive branch seems to believe that it can ignore restraints on pursuing what looks very much like a war by denying that it is one.

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