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Opinion: The disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu islands have become too much of a potential flashpoint.
Commentary: French Polynesian independence from France would end subsidies.
Commentary: Muslim extremism will take a long time to burn out.
Commentary: The mirage of ‘good enough’ is receding.
Commentary: The US could lose credibility over a dispute among China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei and Taiwan in the South China Sea.
The current strategy has parallels to the self-deception of US generals in Vietnam.
Commentary: Mitt Romney has talked tough in the primaries, but more moderation is urged by party elders.
Commentary: How Obama’s leadership could thwart a future war.
Obama and Cameron stand together in Washington on Argentina and Afghanistan.
Once again, there is a very real possibility of war against another Muslim country, this time it's Iran.
The Quran-burning protests show how bitterly Afghans resent the US military occupiers.
Neither nations nor individuals ever completely escape their pasts.
What lays ahead for the future of the Arab Spring countries?
Opinion: American hubris failed to leave Iraq with a functioning democracy.
Opinion: The only steady and abiding truth about North Korea is that nobody on the outside knows.
It's the kind of case only Sherlock Holmes could decipher.
Opinion: Obama’s threat to veto a Palestinian bid for statehood has damaged his image.
Opinion: Among conservatives in Israel, the gloom is pronounced.
Analysis: With economies on the brink, Arab leaders worry they won't be able to meet expectations of the Arab youth.
Opinion: Deposing Libya's tyrant may be the easy part. Forging a modern nation will be hard.