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Why U.S. shouldn’t rush to war in Syria

Editor’s Note: Wesley K. Clark, a retired Army general and NATO’s former supreme allied commander in Europe, is a senior fellow at the Burkle Center for International Relations at the…

To fix government, call in the geeks

Editor’s Note: Jennifer Pahlka is the founder, executive director and board chairwoman of Code for America, a nonprofit organization that provides fellowships for technology experts to work in city government.…

Annan’s deal is al-Assad’s last chance

Editor’s Note: Ed Husain is a senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of “The Islamist.” He can be followed on Twitter via…

Will shootings affect French election?

Editor’s Note: Agnes Poirier is a French journalist and political analyst who contributes regularly to newspapers, magazines and TV in the UK, France and Italy. Follow her on Twitter @AgnesCPoirier…

The politics of Tibetan self-immolations

Editor’s Note: Costica Bradatan is assistant professor in the Honors College at Texas Tech University. He has also taught at Cornell University, Miami University, as well as other universities in…

Afghan army, police pose growing risk to U.S., NATO troops

Editor’s Note: Peter Bergen, CNN’s national security analyst, is a director at the New America Foundation. Jennifer Rowland, a program associate at the foundation and Eric Verdeyen, an intern, also…

‘Mommy porn’ novel has retro message

Editor’s Note: April Alliston is a Guggenheim fellow and professor of Comparative Literature at Princeton University. She has written several books on 18th-century women’s novels and is working on a…

What if Israel bombs Iran?

Editor’s Note: Gary Sick served on the National Security Council staff under Presidents Ford, Carter and Reagan, and was the principal White House aide for Iran during the Iranian Revolution…

Tibetans’ cries for help | CNN

Editor’s Note: Frida Ghitis is a world affairs columnist for The Miami Herald and World Politics Review. A former CNN producer/correspondent, she is the author of “The End of Revolution:…

Opinion: The challenges facing BlackBerry maker, RIM

Editor’s Note: Technology journalist Stuart Miles is CEO and founder of gadget review website Pocket-lint. He can be found tweeting at @stuartmiles. Story highlights The BlackBerry maker fights speculation that…