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Pakistan passes the blame in the Raymond Davis case. Will the US stand for it?
Secret cables disclose that Arab states fear the "Persians are trying to devour" them.
Will the UN-backed court be able to stand up to Hun Sen?
President should have known that making settlement construction a key issue would lead to failure.
Special envoys, ambassadors and still more special envoys confuse relations abroad.
The Afghan people must be persuaded that the government, not the Taliban, is a reliable advocate.
Medvedev wants to pry open his country, starting with a Silicon Valley equivalent.
A nexus of extremist training camps, pirates off the coast and 20 warships on patrol. It isn't just Somalis who suffer.
Old commission vilified Israel; new council wrongly places Iran on commission to promote gender equality.
President of international aid organization CARE hopes this time aid dollars won't be squandered.
Mohamed ElBaradei went home with an idea: to help people exercise their freedom.
By dealing with some of the world's most repugnant regimes. Iran is just the latest on a long, long list.
Conversations with the Sudanese government yield nothing more than lip service. It's time to take stronger action.
And, with a corrupt Ministry of Health, it sure won't heal what ails you either.
America needs to understand that punitive measures aren't going to keep Iran in check. Not when Russia and China have a lot to lose.
Very little, his record on official corruption, curbing poppy production and the Taliban would suggest.
The challenges of building a new democracy in a place that has been resistant to it.
What prosecutor Top Chan Sereyvudth's true nature says about Cambodia's justice system.
Cambodians appreciate, even savor, the calm in their country, rather than worrying over the deprivation of their present-day lives.
Why Washington is powerless to help Aung San Suu Kyi.