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  • Iran, weapons, secrets and threats

    Iran, weapons, secrets and threats
    Representatives of six major world powers and Iran will begin talks on the Islamic Republic's nuclear program when they meet Thursday. Here is a primer on the issues to be discussed. Who will participate in the talks in Geneva? The discussions will be...
  • President Bushes (two) Olympics-bound

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, ready to attend the opening cermonies of the summer Olympics in Beijing, suggests that the pressure which he has heard to refrain from making that appearance - as several other world leaders are avoding it......
  • Bush presses China on human rights

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, making his last planned tour of Asia as president, took a stage in Banghkok today to deliver tough words for China which he is unlikely to make in any public appearances there this weekend. Bush,......
  • Bush in China: No drugs in baseball

     
    by Mark Silva It was only fitting, since President Bush had gone to China to promote sports and not politics, but did plenty of talking about international politics while he was there, that Bob Costas, emcee of NBC Sports'coverage of......
  • George W. Bush scoring some sweet Olympic tickets

     
    Click below for a transcript of Bob Costas' interview with President Bush during Sunday night's Olympic telecast.......
  • Bush: Guess Hu's coming to dinner

     
    by Mark Silva and updated If the perimeter is a little tight around the White House tonight, for the pre-summit dinner of world leaders on the eve of an international economic summit in Washington, this list of attendees for the......
  • Bush doesn't admit Iraq's angry soles

     
    A man beats with a shoe a mock poster of US President George W. Bush with a "War criminal" written in Arabic during a protest in Najaf, Iraq, Monday, Dec. 15, 2008. (AP Photo/Alaa al-Marjani) by Frank James On......
  • Axelrod: Geithner eyeing Wall St. bonuses

     
    by Mark Silva The White House - and that means the president - clearly is angered by news that Wall Street has paid out billions of dollars in bonuses while collecting billions of dollars of federal money in a bailout......
  • China's U.S. debt fears would be worse with no stimulus

     
    by Frank James For years there've been concerns about what would happen if the Chinese decided to sell their vast holdings of U.S. Treasury bonds which has propped up the U.S. economy. The overriding fear has been that if the......
  • Obama's Euro-odyssey: 'Relationships'

     
    by Mark Silva In a weeklong journey across Europe, his first since election, President Barack Obama will not only seek a global commitment to economic stimulus -- rumored at $2 trillion in the European press -- but also work on......
  • Obama China-bound later this year

     
    by Christi Parsons and Mark Silva President Barack Obama, traveling across Europe this week from London to Turkey, is picking up more foreign engagements down the road. Obama already announced today in London that he will accept Russian President Dmitry.....