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  • Damage control in the Chen Guangcheng affair

     
    That U.S. officials bungled the rescue of blind dissident Chen Guangcheng from Chinese repression of his human rights work seems undisputed. What remains unclear after the diplomatic train wreck is why they abandoned the activist to his oppressors, and...
  • Greek leftists flirt with bailing on the bailout, no immediate takers

     
    Leftist politicians changed the conversation in Greece Tuesday from what further sacrifices the heavily indebted Balkan nation needs to make to stay in the Eurozone to bailing on the common currency and reneging on promises to make deeper spending cuts...
  • 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,...
  • Take the high road in Mexico

    Take the high road in Mexico
    At the beginning of May, with a couple of months to go until the Mexican elections, I interviewed Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the presidential candidate of the leftist Democratic Revolutionary Party. We spoke for more than an hour, most of which he...
  • Al Jazeera closes Beijing bureau after reporter expelled

     
    Al Jazeera is closing its Beijing bureau following the departure of its correspondent Melissa Chan, a hard-hitting reporter who was effectively expelled from the country....
  • Mexico's presidential candidates offer some colorful surprises

     
    The four candidates for president of Mexico met in a two-hour debate on Sunday night that saw several colorful surprises but few signs that one candidate pulled away with a sure win....
  • Mexico's presidential candidates debate tonight

     
    Mexico's four candidates for president will square off tonight in a tightly controlled debate in which they will make their case to voters to lead Mexico for the next six years as the country struggles against soaring drug-related violence and economic...
  • Al Jazeera says China kicked out its English-language reporter

     
    BEIJING -- Al Jazeera is closing it English-language Beijing bureau after the departure of Melissa Chan, a hard-hitting reporter who is the first accredited correspondent to be kicked out of China since 1998, the network said Tuesday. Chan, who had...
  • Mexico's Vicente Fox irks allies by urging unity with old ruling party

     
    Former Mexican President Vicente Fox angered his party by offering a near-endorsement of the presidential candidate of the once-ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, which Fox ousted in 2000....
  • Mexico candidate, actress wife star in reality TV campaign videos

     
    MEXICO CITY -- The campaign for the front-runner in Mexico's presidential election is producing reality TV-style documentary videos that show him kissing and flirting with his wife, eating ice cream and returning home after a day on the campaign trail...
  • Kirk Douglas on the blacklist: Why Hollywood showed so little courage

     
    Kirk Douglas has written a lively new memoir about one of his greatest triumphs. Titled “I Am Spartacus!” it recounts how Douglas helped break the midcentury anti-communist blacklist by secretly hiring Dalton Trumbo to write “Spartacus,&...
  • China to foreign embassies: Stop publicly rating our air

     
    China is reportedly telling foreign embassies to stop putting out their own readings on Chinese air pollution information. Though China didn't single out the United States, the demand appears to be aimed at the U.S. embassy, which puts out its own...