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For American Muslims, home is not exile. Indeed, Muslims here can serve as the great inter-civilizational fulcrum of our time.
The checker-players of Washington are up against the chess-masters of Kabul, explains columnist Conn Hallinan.
Haiti never had a chance. It had been treated as a standing threat since its revolution in 1804.
Is the world's future resource map tilting east?
The Washington game is getting rougher and uglier.
Africa is getting its first World Cup this year. But not everyone in Cape Town is enthusiastic.
By supporting Morocco's illegal annexation of Western Sahara, the Senate is establishing a dangerous precedent in international relations.
Major league baseball and U.S. global policy have both been acting like they're on steroids. But the similarities run a great deal deeper.
On the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day: the good, the bad, and the potentially ugly.
Egypt is gearing up for a presidential election that will likely transform the politics of this critical Middle Eastern country -- and the United States can play a constructive role.