Reagan Decides to Tear Down U.S. Embassy in Moscow
An earlier security and engineering report revealed that the U.S. embassy was so extensively bugged by the KGB that it had to be destroyed and rebuilt.
Read about it in the Foreign Affairs Archive
The Unexploded Bombs of Laos
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Boko Haram has reframed and intertwined the history of Islam, the Kanem-Bornu empire and corruption in Nigeria.
How Boko Haram Exploits History and Memory
Africa Research Institute
Environmentalists argue that Oslo needs to keep Barents Sea oil in the ground.
Why Environmental Groups Are Taking the Norwegian Government to Court
Why the Indian state is failing in Kashmir
The Iron Cage