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Palestine has changed significantly in the last three decades, but still to no avail.
Tunisia has a better chance than most at establishing a working democracy.
Granting the Palestinians statehood will put the US on the right side of history
Opinion: The comfortable, stable life of Norwegians has now been shattered.
No country in the world has been more in the forefront in trying to facilitate peace and settle conflicts than Norway
The new book “The Greater Journey, Americans in Paris” tells readers of this passion.
With 8 percent unemployment, Icelanders are hurting more than Americans in the Great Recession.
Conflict rages between the White House and the military over troop withdrawal.
Osama bin Laden and Ratko Mladic were both wanted for mass murder.
Opinion: But it was the president's demand for land swaps that will be key to any solution.
Analysis: The Israeli premier will present to Congress the dangers his country faces, and put in the usual pitch against Iran.
Will Osama bin Laden's death change the Afghanistan War?
How about both?
Opinion: The birther effect is hurting America’s image abroad.
The US and Pakistan both have their own agendas in battling extremist terrorism.
Opinion: There is something decidedly farcical about the West’s response in Libya.
Opinion: Museum exhibit shows seeds of China’s decline and resurrection.
Opinion: The deal struck between US and Saudi Arabia in 1945 seems like its falling apart in 2011. Is Saudi Arabia’s great protector becoming unreliable?
The idea of impermanence is ingrained into the Japanese psyche.
Better for the United States to be cautious on intervention in Libya.