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A new National Intelligence Council report forecasts a decline in U.S. power and an increase in competition for dwindling energy supplies that could lead to heightened tensions, internal conflict, and terrorism.
When a group of militants wages a ruthless campaign against civilians, a government certainly must respond. But the issue is: what kind of response?
A New York Times editorial advises China to adopt an American-style mass consumer economy that would be a recipe for economic, environmental, and probably political, disaster.
Exercising too much caution, if it translates into maintaining the status quo, would be a profound mistake.
The next president can and must take immediate steps toward a nuclear weapons free world.
Do appointments shape their office or does the office shape the appointment?
Political realignment in Japan is causing its leaders to rethink its relationship with the rest of the world.
When it comes to the global economy, the world slopes upward.
Somalis can sort out their problems if the outside world just gives them a chance.
The idea of letting the current Defense Secretary keep his job is a hotly debated topic these days. Here's an easy way to decide.