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  • A deadly denouement for foreign troops in Afghanistan

     
    Global Focus: The Netherlands pulled out of Afghanistan two years ago. Canada brought home its contingent last year. France, the fifth-largest contributor of troops to the International Security Assistance Force, will exit the war by the end of this year....
  • China and U.S. face choices in Chen case, none perfect

     
    No resolution to the diplomatic challenges facing the United States and China over what happens to blind dissident Chen Guangcheng is likely to both ease Chinese embarrassment and cast the Obama administration as a staunch defender of human rights,...
  • Obama Announces 'New Chapter' in Mideast Policy Speech

    Obama Announces 'New Chapter' in Mideast Policy Speech
    WASHINGTON -- The United States will support efforts for reform across the Middle East and North Africa, including "transitions toward democracy," President Barack Obama said Thursday in what the White House billed as a major speech laying out U.S. policy...
  • 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,...
  • Iran moderates rare as hen's teeth: Gates

     
    by Frank James Defense Secretary Robert Gates spoke at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington today of, among other things, the need for the U.S. to modernize its nuclear weapons capability. I'll deal with what he said on......
  • U.S. nuclear arsenal faces crisis

     
    by Frank James How much have you heard on the presidential campaign trail about the growing weaknesses in the U.S. nuclear arsenal? I don't recall hearing much about it at all, which probably says more about the way we view......
  • LEBANON: Scholar angry at NATO after invitation to speak

     
    Lebanese academic Amal Saad-Ghorayeb has accused the NATO Defense College of tacitly encouraging her to break her nation's laws by inviting her to speak at a course where Israeli military personnel might be in attendance. Saad-Ghorayeb (at right) has...
  • EGYPT: Activist Ayman Nour blasts authorities for travel ban

     
    Opposition leader Ayman Nour has attacked the ruling regime after he was barred from traveling to the United States, where he was invited to speak about Egypt's political climate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington. Nour and......
  • LEBANON: New government greeted mostly with pessimism and a dash of hope

     
    Even while the Lebanese press and many analysts welcomed the new Cabinet and national unity government in Tuesday's papers, many harbored doubts over whether Prime Minister Saad Hariri will be able to bridge the deep divisions between his coalition and......
  • IRAN: Is Obama administration dissing the 'green' opposition movement?

     
    As the United States attempts to grapple with Iran over its nuclear program, some worry that it will sacrifice the Islamic Republic's grass-roots opposition movement. Karim Sadjadpour is an Iran analyst at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in...
  • IRAN: Intelligence Ministry blacklists Yale and dozens of other Western institutions

     
    Yale University is among 60 "subversive" international organizations stirring up Iran's political discord as part of a plot backed by the United States, Britain and Israel to undermine the Islamic Republic, Iran's Ministry of Intelligence and Security...