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  • Russia's interest in South America should alert the U.S.

    Russia's interest in South America should alert the U.S.
    Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's four-nation jaunt through Latin America, which started at an international summit in Peru on Saturday and finishes in Cuba on Thursday, might be thought of as his badwill tour -- not aimed at Latin America, but a...
  • West's Tibet 'bias' galls many in China

    It wasn't supposed to be this way. When China seven years ago won the right to hold this summer's Olympics, the nation erupted in joy, confident it would finally receive the accolades it deserved as an emerging global power after a century of isolation...
  • Clearing the air with China

    Clearing the air with China
    As President Obama pursues green infrastructure projects and other programs aimed at fighting climate change, he is eventually going to have to confront an unpleasant truth: None of it will matter unless the developing world, particularly China, does...
  • China's latest export: soft power

    During the last two months, as Washington focused on Iraq, few people were paying attention to what was going in the remote Ural Mountains of Russia. There, under the auspices of the benign-sounding Shanghai Cooperation Organization, some 6,000 troops,...
  • Posturing on climate

    And the nominees for best actor at an international summit are: President George W. Bush, Chinese President Hu Jintao and Australian Prime Minister John Howard. All are giving compelling performances in Sydney this week in the against-type role of leaders...
  • In China, the game has changed

    Squinting through a haze of drizzle and dust, his normally starched white shirt wrinkled and muddied, he climbed unsteadily up a pile of broken concrete and twisted steel where a building once stood. Looking tired but determined, he shouted words of...
  • Why Bush is going...

    At a news conference during last week's G-8 summit in Japan, President Bush explained why he's attending the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Games: Question: Good afternoon. Mr. President, I'd like to ask you a question about China. I was wondering...
  • 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......