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  • Rachel Marsden: Ukrainian protestors unlikely to stage a successful revolution

    PARIS -- Tens of thousands of protesters are flooding the streets of Ukraine, blocking access to government offices and threatening to start what the media is largely (and preemptively, if not mistakenly) referring to as a "revolution." All this over...
  • Rachel Marsden: A report card for America's top community organizer

    PARIS -- When U.S. President Barack Obama was elected in 2008, it marked the first time that a local "community organizer" had risen to the highest office on the planet. I wasn't entirely optimistic. Granted, the geopolitical competition (Russia) is...
  • Rachel Marsden: French Socialist report a blueprint for national destruction

    Former New York Times foreign correspondent Joel Brinkley is on sabbatical. His column will return to American Voices in June 2014. During his absence, John Kass has been added to American Voices.) A new report commissioned by the French Socialist...
  • Rachel Marsden: Superpowers making strategic moves in Africa

    By the looks of it, U.S. President Barack Obama may be close to joining the French in taking on the Chinese -- in Africa. According to my sources in the French government, Obama made it clear to both British and French leadership at the onset of his...
  • Rachel Marsden: Have they no shame?

    PARIS -- Is there anything people can possibly do these days to disgust or unnerve themselves? Or is the only barrier to bad behavior massive societal shunning, the likes of which isn't noticed by those who are too engrossed with themselves to pay...
  • Rachel Marsden: Boston bombing case parallels Toulouse attacks

    PARIS -- The details revealed so far in the Boston Marathon bombing case are strikingly similar to those of a high-profile case in France last year. Both exemplify the modus operandi of today's young jihadist. Naturally, it all starts with an immersion...
  • Rachel Marsden: The deal that America and Russia must make following Chavez's death

    PARIS -- A chess piece has fallen in Latin America. The road to prosperity and peace for the citizens of many countries -- probably even yours -- runs through the recent death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and a counterintuitive deal between two...
  • Rachel Marsden: Five major hindrances to counterterrorism efforts

    PARIS -- In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, it's only natural to ask why some terrorists are only caught after they've inflicted carnage on innocent civilians. What went wrong? Here are a few significant reasons why authorities still manage to...
  • Rachel Marsden: A European bailout unlike any other

    PARIS -- The European Union's $13 billion bailout plan for Cyprus has nothing to do with socialism but rather with much greater stakes. This is the EU attempting to outmaneuver an uncharacteristically flat-footed Vladimir Putin and Russia in a key...
  • Rachel Marsden: NATO cyber-warfare treatise is long overdue

    PARIS -- The Internet went crazy last week over what was described in hyperventilating tweets as NATO's plan to kill hackers. "NATO-Commissioned Report Says Killing Hackers Is Basically OK," blared one tech blog headline, nicely reinforcing the paranoia....
  • Rachel Marsden: Capitalism isn't dying

    PARIS -- Be careful about how you interpret what you're seeing, as your eyes might be deceiving you. That's the advice I offered viewers the other day on Russia's global TV network's flagship program, "CrossTalk," when explaining that capitalism isn't...
  • Rachel Marsden: Is America about to checkmate Russia?

    PARIS -- As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets with his Russian counterparts this week in Moscow to discuss Syria, much of the world is wondering what America's endgame is. But what if we are already witnessing it? What if America's ultimate exit...