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It is mandatory for all Bhutanese to wear national dress in public places. Cultural pride or a repressive state?
Pro-Palestinian humanitarian flotilla refuses offer of Gilad Shalit's father.
If the U.S. thinks the Russians are going to have a falling out with the Turks over the Iran sanctions, then delusion is the order of the day in Washington.
It's almost as if Pyongyang has ties to the Heritage Foundation.
A state of civil war exists in Thailand, reports columnist Walden Bello, and it has much to do with class.
Bangkok is still stunned by military assault on Redshirt encampment.
By supporting the establishment of U.S. consulates in the Kurdish region, Congress is meddling in Iraqi affairs.
The Thai government is cracking down on protesters, but don't expect much criticism from Washington.
Red Shirt leaders leave their followers in the lurch.
Even if Faisal Shahzad wasn't directly connected to the Pakistani Taliban, argues columnist Conn Hallinan, his attempted bombing of Times Square is still a consequence of U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan.