Morning Briefing: Civilian Casualties Decline In Afghanistan

— Civilian casualties have decreased in Afghanistan for the first time in five years, according to U.N. numbers.

— How race and religion affect perception of Wade Michael Page, the alleged shooter in the attack on the Sikh temple, and terrorism more broadly.

Measuring inequality in the US against rising economies:

— An interview on the importance of music to the neo-Nazi movement.

— And finally, the history and politics of Israeli pork laws.