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  • 'Frost/Nixon' shines a light on the Bush presidency

    'Frost/Nixon' shines a light on the Bush presidency
    When Richard Nixon, a politician who hated and feared the media, decided to spurn the networks and the newsmen and give his first comprehensive, post-resignation interviews to a lightweight talk-show host, the country got something unexpected from the...
  • The peace racket

    'If you want peace, prepare for war," counseled the Roman general Flavius Vegetius Renatus more than 1,600 years ago, echoing the sage advice given nine centuries earlier by the Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu. But in a film I saw recently at Oslo's...
  • Making the world safe for multipolarity

    Making the world safe for multipolarity
    America's unipolar moment is over. Now, shaping a multipolar global order is the crucial, overarching foreign policy challenge for President-elect Barack Obama. In his Nov. 23 Times Op-Ed article, "Obama’s multipolar moment," A. Wess Mitchell...
  • America's valuable terrorism list

    America's valuable terrorism list
    The formal removal this month of North Korea from the State Department's list of terrorism-sponsoring nations has touched off some controversy. These criticisms reveal a basic misunderstanding of the concept of this formal designation. Contrary to...
  • No-nuke world: a pipe dream?

    No-nuke world: a pipe dream?
    Today's topic: Is it even possible to stop the spread of nuclear weapons, let alone completely rid the world of them? Are there some countries that should always maintain nuclear arsenals? Andrew Grotto and Gabriel Schoenfeld finish their debate. America...
  • U.S. world-view rising: Obama credited

     
    by Mark Silva The image of the United States has "improved markedly'' in much of the world, according to the findings of a new global survey that shows Western Europeans in particular taking a positive new look at the U.S.......
  • Obama, Maliki: Iraqi security promising

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, hailing the transfer of authority inside Iraq's cities to Iraqi military forces, acknowledged today that "differences in strategy'' remain to be resolved, but voiced satisfaction with the level of security in the war-...
  • Diane Sawyer: Anchors aweigh at ABC

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Another anchorman steps down. Another anchorwoman steps up. ABC News has announced that Charles Gibson, anchor of the evening World News since May 2006, will leave the chair at year's end and retire from the......
  • Joe Wilson: Two words ('You lie') or 3?

     
    by Mark Silva Congressman Joe Wilson, whose two-word debut on the national political television stage made him an instant hero in some quarters and villain in others, has added a new bumpersticker to the political debate over health care and......
  • Obama's defense of his missile defense shift

     
    Dropping land-based missiles in Europe will make the Russians happy, but what about others?...
  • Camp Pendleton general slated for promotion and new command

     
    Marine Maj. Gen. John Kelly, who spent a year as the top Marine in Iraq, has been nominated by President Obama for promotion to lieutenant general and given command of Marine reserve forces. Kelly is currently at Camp Pendleton as......
  • IRAQ: Families celebrate Eid holiday at park along Tigris River

     
    Young people buy cotton candy at Baghdad's Abu Nawas street park to celebrate the Eid holiday. On the last night of the Muslim holiday of Eid, families packed Baghdad's park on Abu Nawas street on the eastern bank of the......