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After eight years of war, what was all too commonly referred to as "the good war" has grabbed the attention of the public once more.
Japan has entered a season of grand strategising. Government commissions, business associations, leading foundations, and academic working groups are all developing blueprints for a new, 21st-century Japanese role in the world.
Ultra-red makes art at the speed of sound.
Waltz with Bashir might not change Israeli politics, but it is a powerful antiwar movie nonetheless.
The longer a comprehensive settlement is put off the more difficult it will be to achieve.
The recent war in Gaza was also waged online, but with an important difference: People were talking to each other and sometimes even listening.
Iranian poet Farideh Hassanzadeh-Mostafavi faces down fear of war with a poem that explores the difference between coming to her home as a visitor and coming to her home as a soldier.
Let's say that President Barack Obama appointed me as his Karl Rove. My advice: Don't move on.
Here's one way of breaking the impasse with Burma: Go through Beijing.
The prospect of progressive leadership coming to power in El Salvador's March 15 presidential elections should prompt a new U.S. policy toward Central America.