The simmering immigration issue has bubbled over in the last few days because of a particular situation at the French port of Calais.
". . . [W]ith the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan being far less demanding than they were before, the United States now has the opportunity to contribute more meaningfully to Africa's security."
Iran has been seeking the right to master Western technology for over two centuries.
While Turkey's policies appear to help ISIS, it is actually more interested in fighting the Kurds.
There is one key player that might be able to bridge the gap between the North and the South.
"The Japanese economy is in a race between the need to increase economic growth, which seems to be gradually taking hold, and the pressing urgency to control debt."
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