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Gigantic dams have returned to Latin America, reports columnist Laura Carlsen, and they're just as destructive as the old ones.
Japan is obsessed with the North Korean abduction issue. A new book by a U.S. defector sheds light on this obsession.
How will strange abductions from Korea figure in the transformation of Japanese foreign policy?
When, one by one, civil movements dislodged the communist governments in the region and ecstatic East Berliners tore down the Berlin Wall, we rejoiced too.
What happened to the global food crisis? It was in the news and out again as quickly as a bad Hollywood movie.
By withdrawing from Iraq, the United States can learn from the mistakes the Soviet Union made in Afghanistan.
The country would be in better shape if Wisconsin were in charge.
The tragic Iraq War can serve as a guide to many policies to avoid.
Music, foreign policy, and activism don't often go together. One band is changing that.
In his recent AIPAC speech, Barack Obama veers right.