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Commentary: US should press the UN to abandon the veto held by permanent members of the Security Council.
Analysis: Tensions between Israel and Iran have softened of late. Here's why that's a good thing.
But unskilled labor positions will remain in short supply.
After two decades of acting as though American hegemony was a permanent state of affairs, America is struggling to adjust to new realities. Michael Moran explores the country's great dilemma in his new book.
Analysis: Even in this first post-crisis presidential year, the US is still as out of touch as ever.
Some say Iran's recent moves show a weak regime, not a war machine.
The military has finally admitted to the problem, but hasn't been able to curb the deaths
Iran: Economic panic is spreading in Iran, forcing it to the negotiating table.
North Korea remains unknown to the world, but China has decided it can live with that.
When America's own debt crisis erupts, we won't have to make all of Europe's mistakes.
Budget cuts are coming, and US military branches are competing for funds.
Analysis: As Occupy Wall Street enters its second month, its roots begin to show.
Analysis: Drones are a palpable option for presidents fighting terrorism. But are they too easy?
Beijing’s new role highlights the speed of U.S. decline and the rise of BRICs.
US pullouts from Iraq and Afghanistan mask a larger drawdown in Europe.
Analysis: Many believe China has more than profits in mind.
Brazil is building nuclear attack submarines that promise to dramatically alter the balance of power off the South American coast.
Analysis: The deal sends a message to the United States and Israel.
Germany's tonic for the troubled euro zone economies could backfire.
After a decade, the death of a mass murderer brings both cheers and tears.