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GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Battle on Turkish vessel near Gaza Strip causes international controversy

On Monday, Israeli soldiers boarded the Mavi Marmara, a ship bound for a humanitarian mission in the Gaza Strip. The battle that ensued has resulted in international controversy and calls by the U.N. for investigation of the incident.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Hostilities between North and South Korea reach new heights

After a South Korean warship was sunk in the Yellow Sea, tensions with North Korea have elevated, though the country has denied responsibility. The U.N. Security Council is expected to ramp up sanctions on the North, and the U.S. has agreed to work with the South to deter further threats from Kim Jong-Il's regime.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Situation in Thailand still of concern

Panelists discuss the violence and political upheaval that happened this week in Thailand and consider the role and responsibility of the government.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Interesting elections in Britain, the Philippines; crisis continues in Greece

Stuart Loory and guests discuss elections and problems in Greece and how they influence life in the U.S.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Immigration in Arizona and Europe

Stuart Loory and guests discuss the recent immigration bill in Arizona as well as  immigration issues in Europe.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Mother Nature's disasters always get our attention

Panelists discuss the Iceland volcano eruption, as well as the Haitian and Chinese earthquakes, and how natural disasters take a toll on the world.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Nuclear security from terrorism

Stuart Loory and guests discuss keeping nuclear weapons out of the hands of terrorists and unstable, dangerous countries such as Iran.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Mine disasters capture the world's attention

The recent mine disasters in China and West Virginia lead to serious questions about the safety of mines around the world.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: At war with drug cartels

Suart Loory and guests discuss the drug war in Mexico and how the problem can be eliminated.

Global Journalist: Compromise in Middle East makes little progress

The Quartet is trying to bring the Israeli and Palestinian sides together at the negotiating table.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Preparation for earthquakes makes major difference

Although we are unable to predict earthquakes, recent earthquakes in Haiti and Chile have shown that preparation can help reduce the damage.

COLUMN: Global Journalist celebrates its 10th anniversary with a look back

Stuart Loory interviews past and present contributors to Global Journalist about what the program has meant to them and how it helps today.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: What should happen to Guantanamo prisoners?

The Obama administration is stalling in shutting down the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. They face a complex set of problems in finding new homes for detainees.

Global Journalist: The election of Laura Chinchilla, Costa Rica's first woman president, brings discussion

While Laura Chinchilla prepares to lead Costa Rica, Yulia Tymoshenko lost her bid for Ukranian president. Panelists talk about the future of women leaders around the world.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Iraq still presents a confused picture

The United States' past impact and future role in Iraq is unclear.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Conversations about cyberwarfare grow after Google's claims against China

The Internet giant says China hacked into its server, making the issues of censorship and cyberwarfare popular global topics.

Global Journalist: Recovery from Haitian earthquake

Stuart Loory and guests discuss the recovery effort from last week's devastating earthquake in Haiti.


GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Examining gay marriage around the world

In the United States, 31 states have passed laws to outlaw gay marriage while six states have permitted it.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Will Yemen be tomorrow's war?

The attempted bombing of a Detroit-bound jet has raised questions about the nation's committment to fighting terrorism.