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Some "presidential" suggestions for Ash Carter on taking the Pentagon's top job.
Despite all the petty politics and infighting, there are still reasons we shouldn't be so quick to assume that elections -- and (possibly) a new prime minister -- will solve Israel's problems.
Kurdish political groups remain on the U.S. terrorist list, even as they've become crucial allies in the Islamic State fight.
Why Homeland, Zero Dark Thirty, and Hollywood's sexed-up spies are bad for women.
That's the narrative in mainland China, as censorship and state media seek to erase the elephant in the room.
Disorganized and divided, the pro-democracy movement is losing steam.
The South Stream pipeline becomes a casualty of the Ukraine crisis, and its demise shows the limits of Moscow's energy bullying.
The administration fired Chuck Hagel without having a replacement lined up, but Obama seems to have found the man he wants to run the Pentagon at a time of war abroad and infighting at home.
Meet Imam Kamouss, the handsome, popular, self-proclaimed moderate Muslim preacher who has become the face of intolerance and terror across Germany.
Israel has revived its policy of demolishing the family homes of Palestinians accused of terrorist attacks, even though there's no evidence it deters future attacks.
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