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The test of a first-rate policy toward North Korea is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time — the horror of the labor camps and the imperative of political engagement — and still retain the ability to function.
The opposition has to change drastically if it is to qualify as a genuine civil rights movement.
Are we going to buy what Obama's selling?
President Barack Obama makes his historic visit to Africa. Born of a Kenyan economist father, Obama will go not to his ancestral lands but to Ghana, Africa's newest oil state.
The United States needs to put more pressure on the illegitimate junta in Tegucigalpa to step down.
Oil companies and the Nigerian military are attempting to maintain control of what will soon be one-quarter of U.S. oil imports.
Grassroots leaders provide solutions for a just foreign policy in Africa.
Obama should repudiate U.S. support for Uganda's near-dictator.
South Korea and Japan are fighting over two tiny islands, but not because of fishing rights or the prospect of oil.
Pakistan has one of the largest, most sophisticated militaries on the planet.