Joshua Kucera

Joshua Kucera is a freelance writer based in Washington, D.C.

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Aug. 18 2008 5:54 AMRussia promises to quit Georgia—but when?
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July 1 2008 7:30 AMObama defends his patriotism; McCain his war record.
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May 23 2008 12:56 PMA Land Where Dissidents Love America
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May 22 2008 11:40 AMThe World's Worst Spies
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May 21 2008 12:27 PMA Mosque Booms in Baku
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May 20 2008 1:27 PMThe Cult of Heydar Aliyev
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May 19 2008 2:56 PM"Why Can't We Live Together?"
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April 26 2008 4:46 AMDems worry about Clinton-Obama nastiness; NY cops acquitted
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March 8 2008 5:58 AMA new jobs report suggests we're in a recession.
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March 6 2008 10:40 AMThe New Silk Road
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March 3 2008 3:48 PMChina Through the Back Door
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Jan. 15 2008 5:59 AMMichigan goes to the polls; Pakistan "loses control."
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Nov. 30 2007 4:44 AMMore Americans banned from buying guns; Huckabee surges.
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Nov. 3 2007 8:25 AMDemocrats say they'll support Bush's AG nominee.
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Feb. 3 2007 4:35 AMGlobal warming report comes out, and Iraq intelligence report is bleak
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July 16 2008 5:12 AM Bad news from the Fed, banks, stock market ...
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May 23 2008 12:56 PMA Land Where Dissidents Love America
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May 22 2008 11:40 AMThe World's Worst Spies
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May 21 2008 12:27 PMA Mosque Booms in Baku
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May 20 2008 1:27 PMThe Cult of Heydar Aliyev
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May 19 2008 2:56 PM"Why Can't We Live Together?"
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May 10 2008 6:00 AMHezbollah sweeps beirut; aid to Burma in peril.
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April 2 2008 5:46 AMA controversial 2003 Justice Department memo released.
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March 7 2008 11:15 AMChina's Nessie
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March 5 2008 6:56 AMChina's Oil Boom
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Feb. 16 2008 5:29 AMDemocrat bigwigs waffle on whether and whom to endorse.
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Dec. 8 2007 5:55 AMThe C.I.A. was told not to destroy the tapes; Congress upset
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Nov. 17 2007 7:38 AMThe U.N. releases its last global warming report; it's not good news.
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Oct. 27 2007 5:54 AMThe United States plans to force diplomats to go to Iraq
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Jan. 27 2007 4:39 AMBush and Gates hit back at Democratic opposition to Iraq plan.

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