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When a blond French management consultant meets with potential American clients, everything seems to be going well. Yet, after she begins speaking, some executives have decided on the spot not to hire her. Read more»

Retired U.S. army general John Sheehan said the Dutch policy of allowing openly gay men and women to serve in the military enabled a Serb massacre of Bosnian Muslims Read more»

Fishing, skating, and math. Oh my. Read more»

Attorney General Eric Holder said this week U.S. forces "will be reading Miranda rights to the corpse of Osama bin Laden". He forgot to mention one thing ... Read more»

Former Alaska Governor and ex-vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will stump for Senator John McCain in Tucson on March 26. Isn't politics great? Read more»

Do trade sanctions work against rogue regimes? Many experts say no, but new evidence out of North Korea appears to support their use. Read more»

A rusting shore battery in the Falkland Islands.

The "special relationship" between Britain and the United States has come under scrutiny here recently because of differences of opinion between the allies about a windswept archipelago in the South Atlantic claimed by both Britain and Argentina. Read more»

Kim Jong-il is widely known to have shot 38 under par in his first ever game of golf, but he's more than just a pretty face. Read more»

Protesters at the climate conference in Copenhagen, December 2009.

Europe's fear of being pushed to the margin of world affairs has been fueled by a series of American decisions that feed a European gloom about coming decades and has contributed to a particularly choppy period in relations. With the rise of China and Russia, that transatlantic relationship gains strategic importance. Read more»

Google C.E.O. Eric Schmidt may think he's negotiating with China to allow Google to deliver search unfiltered search results, but there's only one possible outcome. Read more»

Journalists on strike in Greece, February 24.

The Greek government last week announced a raft of tax increases and a 30 percent cut to the two-months of "bonus" pay Greek civil servants receive each year. But the new measures are unpopular and anger against them is growing. A protest organized by the country's main unions turned violent. Read more»

Does this mean God is Johnny Cash, who claims to have been everywhere? Even, presumably, at Hot Topic? Read more»

With all the hype surrounding Tim Burton's new film adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, I felt that I should get in on the game. Perhaps TucsonSentinel.com will gross more than the movie. Read more»

Capping a nine-year trade dispute over U.S. farm export credit guarantees, Brazil announced it would impost a broad range of sanctions on U.S. imports. Read more»

Annually on 8 March, thousands of events are held throughout the world to celebrate International Women's Day. Including in North Korea. Read more»

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