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  • President Obama arrives in South Korea for nuclear summit

     
    President Obama landed in South Korea early Sunday, and his first stop was slated to be the heavily fortified military encampment facing the country's secretive neighbor to the north....
  • Iran's nuclear program a focus of Turkish leader's Tehran visit

     
    Turkey's leader arrived in Tehran on Wednesday for a two-day visit that will focus on Iran's nuclear program ahead of talks on the issue between world powers and the Islamic republic....
  • Is Russia America's #1 geopolitical foe -- and if not, who is?

     
    Presidential candidate Mitt Romney recently called Russia “without question, our number one geopolitical foe” while criticizing President Barack Obama for remarks he made to the Russian president about missile defense that were unwittingly...
  • A short history of the North Korean nuclear saga

     
    North Korea early Friday launched a rocket suspected by South Korea and the West to be a cover for testing its ballistic missile technology. It was the fourth such launch by North Korea, and South Korea and Western officials are concerned that, if history...
  • Western officials call Iranians' tone at nuclear talks constructive

     
    This post has been updated. See below for details. ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Diplomats from six world powers met with Iranian officials into the midafternoon Saturday in their effort to finally launch a durable negotiation aimed at putting curbs on Tehran&#...
  • World leaders take cautious approach in nuclear talks with Iran

     
    REPORTING FROM ISTANBUL, Turkey -- World powers began talks with Iran over its disputed nuclear program probing for a new willingness to negotiate, but not demanding any immediate concessions. Fourteen months after the last talks broke down in acrimony,...
  • Iran seeks a change of venue for nuclear talks

     
    Talks between Iran and six world powers over the Islamic Republic's controversial nuclear program are facing new obstacles as Tehran is seeking to change the venue for next week's opening negotiations....
  • Iran talks compromise ahead of nuclear talks but rejects 'preconditions'

     
    Iran sent encouraging signals Monday on the posture it will take at nuclear talks with six world powers later this week, dropping objections to meeting in Istanbul and hinting at a possible compromise on its iranium enrichment program that has sparked...
  • Nobel laureate Grass sparks controversy with poem on Israel

     
    A poem by Nobel Prize-winning author Guenter Grass slamming Israel sparks a controversy in Germany. Comparing Iran and Israel in their nuclear ambitions earns Grass criticism from Jewish leaders, German politicians and the Israeli prime minister....
  • Iran nuclear talks imperiled by dispute with Turkey

     
    A war of words between Turkish and Iranian leaders intensified Thursday, threatening to delay or even scuttle a new round of talks between Iran and world powers, and raising fresh doubt about whether Tehran will bargain over its disputed nuclear program.....
  • Iranian website cancels Q & A with U.S. official

     
    An Iranian news website offered to allow readers to pose questions to U.S. State Department spokesman Alan Eyre, who speaks fluent Persian, but canceled the event when Iran's culture ministry objected to contacts with an "intelligence officer."...