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Although the American press has taken a break from counting down the hours until a potential nuclear Iran, such a threat remains a top priority for both the Netanyahu and Obama administrations. The trigger points for an attack by either of these two parties...

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International Day of Mine Awareness

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Today, we take a moment around the world to commemorate those who have been killed by landmines. The International Campaign to Ban Landmines estimates that landmine explosions caused injury or death to 4,000 to 5,000 people just in 2011 and that millions more.

President Obama Signs START Treaty

February 2, 2011
Linda Benesch is a sophomore at American University, interning this semester at the RAC. She is originally from Highland Park, NJ and is a member of Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick.

P020211CK-0016[1].jpg This morning, President Obama signed into law the New Strategic.