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The United States and Libya are on the verge of having a normal relationship.
Madagascar is in the middle of political turmoil. The United States should resist the impulse to interfere.
Although it concluded more than 60 years ago, the Tokyo War Crimes Trial is still a live issue today — in Japan as in the world at large.
The recently passed omnibus budget bill contained numerous provisions pertaining to the Middle East that may undercut Obama's authority to overhaul U.S. policy toward the region.
The Obama administration is going 3D: defense, diplomacy, and development. Is this a major shift from Bush-era doctrine or simply an updated version of the old counterinsurgency approach?
Hillary Clinton had nothing but praise for Indonesia on her recent visit. Somehow she missed genocide, religious intolerance, and a growing split between rich and poor.
You can come to your own conclusion about the administration's new clothes.
Chas Freeman was on his way to head up the National Intelligence Council until the right-wing attacks began.
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.
Iraq remains a country occupied and at war. While violence has decreased and the government is stronger, fighting continues and the United States remains far too powerful in the country for it to be called independent and sovereign