Condoleezza Rice addresses a Sept. 1 ceremony at the University of Notre Dame where a new postage stamp honoring Father Theodore Hesburgh was issued (CNS photo/courtesy Barbara Johnston, University of Notre Dame).
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Lisa A. BaglioneNovember 13, 2017
With ‘Democracy,’ Rice has written a highly accessible book that identifies the essential building blocks of democracy.
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Lisa A. BaglioneApril 23, 2017
Lisa Baglione reviews "Moscow Nights" by Nigel Cliff
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Lisa A. BaglioneJanuary 22, 2016
The news that Putin "probably" approved the murder of Alexander Litvinenko is the latest in a long list of his violent acts.
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Over the course of this year, Russia’s international behavior reached new heights of aggressiveness, and talk of the return of the Cold War is on the lips of knowledgeable analysts. Perhaps the most egregious act was Russia’s response to the loss of MH17, the Malaysia Airlines jet that w
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