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Answers to what shaped Faisal Shahzad lie not only in Pakistan, but here in the US.
Thirty-five years later, what have we learned? Not much, it turns out.
Beijing's plans to increase its power in the oceans hark back to the 15th century, when it wielded naval superiority.
Securing the world's loose nuclear material has risen to the top of the US president's foreign policy agenda.
Controversial British poet laureate and former husband of Sylvia Plath gets memorialized alongside Byron and Browning.
British general elections are scheduled for May, but the real race in Scotland is between Labour and the Scottish Nationalists.
New terrorism degree program aims to create thinkers who are able to come up with more informed and productive responses to terrorist acts.
How Israel has again crossed a line with its US ally and why Obama must not let that happen.
US still a friend, but "ill-timed" Jewish settlement announcement a boost for Israel's enemies.
In case you were wondering, the US is not involved in any reconciliation process.
Pakistan wants to be part of possible US negotiations with Taliban over Al Qaeda.
Actually, his approach to terrorism has not been all that different from Bush’s.
The Soviets are gone, but the war in Afghanistan rolls on.
The more the Chinese threaten and scold, the more they promote the Dalai Lama's importance around the world.
For half a century, British policy has been based on staying close to the Americans. Blair was no different.
In his first State of the Union, Obama spoke of "doubt" and "lost faith," and of America's damaged economy.
In the world of international diplomacy, hurt feelings can mean much more than sour grapes.
Obama has changed the international conversation, but will need more audacity to deliver results.
Will the edifice of non-proliferation hold? The next 12 months could be pivotal in determining the answer.
Abdulmutallab was just one of many young people who flock to the siren song of martyrdom.