Stephen Kinzer

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Technicians of the International Atomic Energy Agency inspect a uranium conversion plant in Iran. (Photo: Abedin Taherkenareh/EPA) Views
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Invading Iraq Was Dumb Enough. Now Congress Wants to Derail the Iran Deal
The diplomatic bargain struck by the United States and Iran this week is the Obama administration's greatest diplomatic triumph. Efforts by the US Congress to derail it would, if successful, constitute a self-inflicted strategic wound even more myopic than its vote to endorse the 2003 invasion of...
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Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Latin America is Ready to Defy the US Over Snowden and Other Issues
No offense to Iceland, but Latin America is where the fugitive leaker Edward Snowden should settle.
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Sunday, March 24, 2013
Beyond Military Intervention: A 'Wacko Birds' Manifesto for US Foreign Policy
Slowly but perceptibly, the stirrings of a new debate are being heard in Washington and beyond.
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Thursday, March 10, 2011
Why the US Must Not Intervene in Libya
The urge to intervene around the world may truly have become hardwired into the American psyche. How else to explain the seriousness with which some in Washington are suggesting that the United States take sides in the unfolding civil war in Libya ?
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