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So much for Obama's sunshine policy.
Iran is not the Philippines, circa 1986, and America should avoid overt calls for the overthrow of the Tehran government.
Opinion: Though Ahmadinejad will likely have a second term, this election won't soon be forgotten.
Opinion: Is the Muslim World stepping back from the brink?
Can I have a receipt with that Burmese mountain horse?
Opinion: Obama and Netanyahu are in a stand-off over the West Bank.
Opinion: Cheney is advocating a worldview at odds with recent Republican policy.
Opinion: Obama's reversal on releasing photographs of Americans torturing prisoners is understandable.
Opinion: Rory Stewart discusses why what worked in Iraq might not in Afghanistan.
Opinion: The Arab world needs to stop banning books and movies about Jews.
Opinion: Obama has taken on an extraordinary number of foreign policy challenges, but has he taken on too much, too soon?
Opinion: The bug box is a bizarre footnote in the dark and painful chapter of the Bush-Cheney administration.
Opinion: Piracy and the need for the US Navy to defend corporate interests against it has a long history.
Opinion: Some feel such questions are best not asked.
Opinion: Obama will face a legacy of diplomatic arrogance and hollow economic lecturing at G20 summit.
Opinion: Interdependence between US and China drives love-hate relationship.
Opinion: The dilemma Northern Ireland shares with Palestine, Kosovo and other divided societies.
Opinion: The Obama administration may find backing for a two-state solution.
Analysis: Obama needs to inject Middle East policy with realism, especially regarding Hamas.
Palestine Hotel in Baghdad was where journalists congregated during the last days of Saddam Hussein's rule