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Turkey, Iran, and Syria are displacing Egypt, Saudi Arabia as the power players in the Middle East.
After over 60 years of friendship, Israel -- of its own volition and through its own actions -- has become an economic and security liability to the US.
The breast-feeding fatwa has been great fun for the blogosphere, but it's emblematic of the strange workings of the minds of male theologians.
Will the resignation of the head of safeguards for the International Atomic Energy Agency signal a softer or harder line toward Iran on the IAEA's part?
At the U.S. Social Forum in Detroit, reports columnist Christine Ahn, a new and powerful antiwar movement came together.
The G20 has promised developing countries a lot of money. But the money funneled through the multilateral banks has not benefitted the poorest.
The Russian spy case beggars the question of how you can be a spy without any secrets to sell.
We need leadership that can reveal the invisible hand of government and remind the public that government is the instrument by which we the people regulate ourselves.
The peace process in Northern Ireland has encountered several challenges in recent months. But with U.S. support, the peace will likely hold.
It is in the best interest of both countries to sit down and negotiate.