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Why Americans are to blame for the Pentagon's outrageous sex scandals.
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Why ancient kinship and tribal affiliation still matter in a world of global geopolitics.
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Inside Moscow's ridiculous plan to redevelop a massive Soviet-era exhibition space.
Photos of the Syrian cultural heritage sites now being used as battlefields and sniper hideouts.
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Striking photos of playgrounds -- sans children -- from around the globe.
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The head of the world's most global beverage company on climate change, power in the post-crisis era, and how Coke's secret formula stays safe from hackers.
The viral Internet isn't just for stupid pet tricks anymore.
Why Walmart may have done more for the poor than any business in American history.
The big box behemoth might be a global force for good, but expansion doesn't make everyone happy.
How self-absorbed computer nerds became a powerful force for freedom.
The entrepreneur and technology theorist weighs in on drones, surveillance, and what's coming next.
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