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After the Berlin Wall fell, Michael Moran explored the strange new world on the border of East and West.
Analysis: What Wednesday's stunning verdict in Rome means for the "War on Terror".
If Washington engages with Sudan it might be too much diplomacy for the left to handle.
How do the election results change US-Japan relations?
While America treats Europe like an ugly stepsister, it worries about economic forecasts.
The Transatlantic Trends survey shows Western Europeans more likely than Eastern Europeans to see improved relationship with the US.
There's talk of royal nuptials, but would a proposal by Prince William be enough to pull Britain out of its malaise?
Think the global economic recovery is upon us? Here's what could postpone joy.
Analysis: Sure, Obama and Medvedev are talking about the economy. Maybe they shouldn't be.
People power has upset Israel’s careful calculations about the pros and cons of air strikes against Iran’s nuclear facilities
As the Kang Nam I chugs toward Myanmar, the new US president has a decision to make.
Be careful when you extend a hand. Sometimes the world bites.
Opinion: Authoritarian states' knack for capitalism has let them buy credibility while reducing political freedoms.
Why Iraq is such a mess, and what it means for Obama policy in the region.
Opinion: What this week's torture memos say about "Justice."
A transformation is taking place in American military affairs.
Opinion: Here's what to look for as the rich and powerful meet in London.
Opinion: Sorry, Britain. China is America's new BFF.
Opinion: The country's economic salvation will come from Brussels, not Washington.
Every crisis creates its lexicon, no matter how ridiculous.