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Eric Ehrmann resides in Brazil and writes occasional columns on sports and politics at The Huffington Post blog. His articles on proliferation issues and Latin America have appeared in The Chicago Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor, Le Monde digital, National Review, The New York Times, and USA Today. He is a voting member of PEN, the international literary organization that promotes press freedom and human rights.

ARTICLES BY: Eric Ehrmann


July 13, 2012 12:34 pm
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Cuba’s China Card and Pan-Islamism in Latin America

A real sweet deal last week featuring interest-free loans between China and Cuba is redoubling the influence of president Hu Jintao in Latin America and...

July 1, 2012 10:04 pm
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Why Rio+20 Was Really Iran+20

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad brought his sanction busting Iranathon to Brazil under the green cover of the United Nations Rio+20 sustainability conference recently, stealing the show...

World

Decision on Disciplinary Charges for George Washington University Students...

George Washington University held a disciplinary hearing on Friday to determine whether its Students for Justice for Palestine (SJP) chapter...

Israel

IDF Counts 6,900 Lone Soldiers; Half Come From 73 Different Countries

The Israel Defense Forces currently include some 6,900 lone soldiers, nearly half of whom immigrated from 73 different countries. The lone soldier label applies to recruits who serve with no parental...

Middle East

Iran Protesters Call for Strike, Prosecutor Says Morality Police Shut Down

Protesters in Iran called on Sunday for a three-day strike this week, stepping up pressure on authorities after the public prosecutor said the morality police whose detention of a young...

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