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‘We’re Gonna Do What International Law Says We Can Do.’ Aboard the USS Carl Vinson in the South China Sea

Crowned with a giant disc-shaped radar — the captains all call it their “eye in the sky” — the E-2C Hawkeye early warning aircraft is typically one of the first to launch and the last to retire on the flight deck of the USS Carl Vinson. By day’s end, more than 100 sorties will have(…)

Trump’s anti-immigration agenda is doomed to fail, Alert to the rise of ‘race’ scientists, International community must keep pressure on Myanmar, Tempering expectations of Paul Kagame’s African Union leadership, The ongoing struggle of Caribbean economies

A roundup of global commentary for the Feb. 2, 2018 weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

International Olympic Committee Bans Russia From The 2018 Winter Games Over The Country’s Doping Scandal!

Andddd no medals for Vladimir Putin. Russia has been barred from the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea in response to the widespread doping among the country’s athletes. The International Olympic Committee made the ruling on Tuesday, announcing Russian government officials are forbidden to attend next year’s global sporting event. Not only that, its(…)

Egos are a problem in international relations, Coverage of Finsbury mosque attack was a rarity, Why American voters don’t care about the Russia investigation, The world must act against the root cause of global famine, A Catch-22 for Australia’s refugees

A roundup of global commentary for the June 26, 2017, weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

Google Doodle Celebrates the Start of this Year’s International Cricket Council Champions Trophy

The first match of the International Cricket Council’s ICC Champions Trophy 2017 will be played Thursday in London, and Google Doodle is marking the occasion with an interactive game — in which cartoon crickets (what else?) compete for glory. Simply click on the Doodle to start the game, in which a cartoon cricket stands ready(…)

Digital Geneva Convention needed after ransomware attack, Is the Syrian regime worried about international justice?, Friendly approach won’t dissuade Kim Jong-un, Facebook Live presents ethical concerns, The economic benefits of solar and wind energy

A roundup of global commentary for the May 29, 2017, weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories