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What the Japanese elections mean for the country's foreign policy.
Japan is on the verge of a political revolution, and the ripples might transform Asia as well.
Protests continue in a virtual world where security police and censors are unable to tread.
Three Iranian-American poets write about protests, images, and a fallen demonstrator.
Bosnian artist Damir Niksic specializes in bringing excluded voices into the art world.
What the CIA might have said...
After eight years of bloody fighting, elections are unlikely to bring dramatic change.
Hillary Clinton tried to emphasize the importance of Africa during her recent trip, but only managed to emphasize how marginal the continent remains to U.S. foreign policy.
The death of Kim Dae Jung, the suicide of Roh Moo Hyun, and the illness of Kim Jong Il all point to the end of a generation committed to North-South engagement.
The proposed U.S. ban on gasoline sales to Iran is better than bombing the country. But, columnist Michael Klare asks, could such a ban lead to war anyway?