Ebola Weakens Already Fragile Nations

Ebola Weakens Already Fragile Nations

Washington Informer, News Analysis, Barrington M. Salmon, Posted: Sep 21, 2014

Fourteen years of war in Liberia has left the country with a broken, tattered infrastructure that is being further weakened by a massive Ebola outbreak.


Election: Will Scotland Go Independent?


New America Media, Commentary, Mark Trahant, Posted: Sep 18, 2014

One commentator asks what lessons the vote on independence in Scotland holds for tribal nations?

Korean Media Respond to Washington Post Editorial


New America Media, News Report, Yeojin Kim, Posted: Sep 02, 2014

An op-ed takes aim at the Washington Post for its editorial lambasting Va.'s congressional candidates for "pandering" to Korean American voters.


Muslims Condemn ISIS, Say Terrorist Group Doesn’t Represent Islam


Arab American News, News Report, Natasha Dado , Posted: Sep 02, 2014

Muslim Americans gathered in Dearborn, Michigan last Monday to condemn ISIS, and honor all the victims of the terrorist group including American journalist James Foley.


Let’s Keep ISIS in Perspective


Lobelog, Commentary, Wayne White, Posted: Aug 29, 2014

The beheading of James Foley sparked a surge of gloom, doom, and hype among senior U.S. officials and within the media at large, writes one commentator.

African-American Man Killed in Syria Fighting for Islamic Militants


The North Star News, News Report, Posted: Aug 28, 2014

Douglas McAuthur McCain, a black man from the Minneapolis, Minn., area, was killed in Syria, fighting for ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq, the White House has confirmed.


For Freelancers, Growing Opportunity and Risk


New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Posted: Aug 27, 2014

The beheading of freelance journalist James Foley by ISIS militants highlights the growing dangers that freelance reporters covering conflict zones face.


Migrants Deported from the U.S. in Limbo on the Mexican Border


Inter Press Service, News Report, Daniela Pastrana, Posted: Aug 25, 2014

Along the entire two-km stretch from the eastern part of Tijuana to the wall on the U.S. border, hundreds of people sleep in makeshift tents of cardboard and cloth.


Surviving ‘La Bestia’ - A High School Freshman Recalls His Journey to the U.S.


South Kern Sol / New America Media, News Feature, Daniel Jimenez, Posted: Aug 21, 2014

Jose recalls the journey he took from Guatemala to the United States when he was eight years old.

Vietnam's Rights Records Deteriorates, Does Not Warrant Lethal Weapons Sale


Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Aug 20, 2014

The two senators on their visit to Hanoi had suggested that the U.S. should accelerate the resumption of lethal weapons sales. The senators cited Vietnam’s accession to the U.N. Convention Against Torture as a sign of improvement in human rights.

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