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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.
The uprisings in Yemen and Bahrain offer no good options for US policy.
Opinion: After two years in office, Obama learns that history waits for no one
Analysis: With the UN in disarray, the Arab League useless and NATO and the West overstretched. Who comes to the rescue?
Analysis: Will the US-Egypt relationship survive Mubarak?
Analysis: Regardless of the outcome in Cairo, it's a rough road ahead for US interests.
Analysis: In a largely domestic speech, the world loomed large.
Leaders of Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Italy will be clinging to power in 2011.
It's not black and white, but it wouldn't be the first time leaked cables led to hostilities.
British Navy scuppers Ark Royal as UK must accept it is middleweight military power.
Some foreign policy deals may be cut during the "Lame Duck" session.
As 2010 ends, global security is nosediving.
Survey finds support high for US policies, but ardor wanes, and Turkey, Poland dissent.
Americans focus on a trumped-up, hateful debate, while the important things go unmentioned.