The new interim leaders of Egypt appointed by the military have followed the pattern of being secular, internationalist, and socialist-leaning. Most of the new leaders have ties with either the Mubarak dictatorship, newly-formed socialist parties, the United Nations, or some combination of the above.

U.S. foreign aid dollars have been channeled to U.S.-based radicals advocating terrorism against Egyptian civilians, according to a recent report by Emad Mekay of the U.C.-Berkley Investigative Reporting Program, along with funding for other opponents of the former President Mohammad Morsi.

A number of religious and government leaders throughout Africa made it clear that their countries reject President Obama's embrace of homosexuality.

An Obama/CFR effort to bring about political and economic convergence between EU and U.S.

The killings of several Christians by Islamist mobs in Egypt have been tied to the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi.

Latin Americans are upset by a Brazilian newspaper report that the National Security Agency had collected military and security data on their nations.

On July 15, the 18th round of negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will begin in Malaysia. Japan is set to join the 11 countries currently included in the "free trade" area.

The Obama administration's Operation Fast and Furious has claimed two more victims: a Mexican police chief and his bodyguard.

The Egyptian Army massacred scores of pro-Morsi protesters in front of the Cairo National Guard headquarters July 8, where the former elected president is presumed to be under house arrest, but U.S. foreign aid continues to flow to Egypt.

The Islamist group Boko Haram has attacked another school in northern Nigeria, killing 42, in its ongoing campaign against Western values and Christianity.

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