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Wednesday, May 06, 2015   9:28 GMT
Opinion
The West and Its Self-Assumed Right to Intervene
Roberto Savio

ROME - The West is a concept that flourished during the Cold War. Then it was West against East in the form of the Soviet empire. The East was evil against which all democratic countries read West were called on to fight.
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Q&A
Comprehensive Ban on Nuclear Testing, a 'Stepping Stone' to a Nuke-Free World
Kanya DAlmeida
UNITED NATIONS - With the four-week-long review conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) underway at the United Nations, hopes and frustrations are running equally high, as a binding political agreement on the biggest threat to humanity hangs in the balance.
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Shift to Renewables Seems Inevitable, But Is It Fast Enough?
Kitty Stapp
NEW YORK - Climate change may be one of the most divisive issues in the U.S. Congress today, but despite the staunch denialism of Republicans, experts say the global transition from fossil fuels to renewables is already well underway.
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> Opinion  The West and Its Self-Assumed Right to Intervene
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Environment
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Development
> Opinion  The West and Its Self-Assumed Right to Intervene
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> Opinion  The West and Its Self-Assumed Right to Intervene
> Q&A  Comprehensive Ban on Nuclear Testing, a 'Stepping Stone' to a Nuke-Free World
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