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Humiliation nation(s)

By Cal Thomas
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Russia | What is it about Western leaders from Neville Chamberlain to George W. Bush who want to find good in men of bad character? Acting as if he were endowed by…

Russia scoffs at sanctions, West weighs options

By Andrew Branch
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Ukraine | President Barack Obama calls a meeting of the G-7 to discuss the crisis in Crimea

With Crimean grab, it’s Putin vs. the world

By Andrew Branch
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Ukraine | Ukrainian soldier reported dead in military base attack

Putin signs treaty annexing Crimea

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | Ukrainian government says Russia is a threat to international security

Missing: A foreign policy

By Cal Thomas
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Foreign Policy | What happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may eventually be discovered, but there is something else that has been missing for much longer and its…

Staving off extinction in Russia

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Russia | Russia’s salivating for the savory morsel of southeastern Ukraine known as the Crimea has been likened to Hitler’s annexing of the so-called Sudetenland…

Putin shrugs off sanctions threat as Crimean referendum nears

By Andrew Branch
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Ukraine | As Crimea prepares to vote Sunday on whether or not to secede from Ukraine and join Russia, Western diplomats are ramping up the rhetoric in an attempt to…

Midday Roundup: Is it possible to support Hobby Lobby and Obamacare?

By Leigh Jones & Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Conscientious objector. One of Obamacare’s biggest backers has come out in support of two businesses fighting the healthcare law’s contraceptive mandate.

The Putin enigma

By D.C. Innes
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Russia | Even though Russian President Vladimir Putin has controlled his country for 15 years, we are still unclear on what sort of man he is. A newly inaugurated…

Illusion and reality in Ukraine

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Ukraine | While we were all minding our business, the “most serious foreign policy crisis in Europe of the 21st century” crashed upon us. It’s hard to disagree…

Not far from Crimea, Paralympics go on

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has done little to dampen the spirit in Sochi as the Winter Paralympics held the Opening Ceremony on Friday. Athletic events…

Globe Trot: Iraq’s Anbar Province continues to unravel

By Mindy Belz
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International | IRAQ: A string of bombings across central Iraq continues the unraveling situation in Anbar Province. A February bombing at Fallujah’s hospital forced…

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