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Analysis: A stumbling war in Afghanistan is not all Pakistan's fault.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu outmaneuvers everyone else.
Senior military officials talk about how US troops are fundamentally different than 10 years ago.
Israel is bound to its doctrine that force can solve its problems in a world where force is less and less likely to do so.
Does the mosque controversy support Bin Laden’s contention that the West is at war with Islam?
If Israel was within its rights to trim a tree, was it wise to do so in such a place at such a time?
Duch's conviction last week was a case of justice delayed being justice denied.
Bleeding BP dry is foolish. A bankrupt BP will not be able to clean up much of anything.
US-Russia spy swap reminiscent of Cold War.
A conversation with Big Oil’s Cassandra, Matt Simmons
If the war had been going well, the McChrystal affair wouldn't have been so volatile.
Why the killing of unarmed civilians never works.
So how are those Uighurs faring in Bermuda? Check the golf course.
Is Obama too much the Pacific president and not enough the Indian Ocean president?
Following Israel's raid of Turkey's blockade-running ship, it will be a miracle if the relationship between the two can ever be fully repaired.
Hollow layers of bureaucracy were never the answer to the problems the 9/11 Commission identified.
Nick Clegg has pledged to end "culture of spying" and surveillance in Britain. Is he endangering people in the process?
Europe, with its treasured welfare-state indulgences, is going to find it hard to adjust to leaner times.
Answers to what shaped Faisal Shahzad lie not only in Pakistan, but here in the US.