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Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung meets with US leaders in Washington.
Can 47 world leaders make progress in keeping nuclear material out of the hands of terrorists?
Obama's speech, heavy on domestic concerns, reflected the political reality that he faces midterm elections.
Obama certainly hit the reset button. Problem is, he's still staring at a blank screen.
Opinion: One of Ted Kennedy's greatest stands was to say "no" on the war in Iraq
In an interview, Sen. John F. Kerry recalls his appearance at Vietnam hearings and says he will hold them on Afghanistan.
Some say star power and awareness campaigns are not enough to resolve conflict.
Growing appreciation of dangers has not been accompanied by action.
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Rep. James McGovern asks, 'What is the exit strategy?'
Resurgence in attacks comes as US plans to shift troops
President acknowledges his inability to stop investigations into torture as latest review is released.
Obama's reforms in U.S. Cuban policy too much for some, too little for others.
Kim Jong-il's Taepodong-2 launch diverted world attention from Obama, NATO and the G20. But it carried a far greater payload.
Presidents Obama and Medvedev have set about rebuilding what will be a crucial 21st century relationship for both.
Lower-level diplomatic visits set the stage for this week's meeting between Obama and Medvedev.
Next month, Obama must report on whether China is manipulating its currency.
Fifty days into his presidency, Obama's foreign policy begins to take shape.
Analysis: In speech to Congress, Obama puts threats at home front and center.
Announcement of US troop surge in Afghanistan wins some bipartisan support, but doesn't inspire patriotic fervor