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  • A chance to hear you

    A chance to hear you
    I have a great job. On any given day, I’ll pick up my phone and gulp. On the other end could be actress Mia Farrow, civil rights activist Julian Bond, an agent for the then-alive Moammar Gadhafi,  author Bobbi Mason, a mom raising a daughter with...
  • African Union official attacks 'condescending' International Criminal Court

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- A top African Union official said the International Criminal Court was a "political instrument" with a condescending approach to Africa, as African leaders gathered in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, to discuss the court....
  • Noelle Nikpour: Football-loving Condi has earned respect

    Condoleezza Rice was President George W. Bush's national security advisor and secretary of state. She was one of the architects of American foreign policy during the War on Terror's formative years. She looked into Vladimir Putin's cold blue eyes and...
  • Libyan prime minister abducted, freed; militia cites U.S. raid

    Libyan prime minister abducted, freed; militia cites U.S. raid
    CAIRO -- Libya slipped deeper into turmoil Thursday when gunmen staged a brief but brazen abduction of the country’s prime minister, storming into a luxury hotel in the capital, Tripoli, and seizing him. He was freed hours later, Libya’s...
  • Libyan prime minister reported seized by armed men

    Libyan prime minister reported seized by armed men
    Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan was seized by armed men and taken from a hotel in Tripoli, the capital, according to news reports early Thursday. The Reuters news agency cited two Arab-language television stations, Sky News Arabia and Al Arabiya, both...
  • Mob attacks Russian Embassy in Tripoli; revenge suspected

    Mob attacks Russian Embassy in Tripoli; revenge suspected
    Gunmen stormed the Russian Embassy in Tripoli, the Libyan capital,  on Wednesday night, scrambling over the walls of the compound, tearing down the Russian flag and opening fire on cars and buildings, Russian and Libyan news agencies reported. The...
  • 'Game changers'

    When -- not if -- is the only mystery about an Iranian nuclear bomb. All the warning signs are there. 'Game changers' In 2008, presidential candidate Barack Obama on two occasions went out of his way to warn the Iranians that the development of a...
  • Is there more than madness to Obama's methods?

    "The genius of you Americans," the Arab-nationalist and one-time president of Egypt, Gamal Abdel Nasser, once explained, "is that you never make clear-cut stupid moves, only complicated stupid moves which make us wonder at the possibility that there may...
  • Western intervention in Syria is long overdue (UPDATED)

    Syria is fast becoming the new Somalia -- a nation whose central government wields little control over the bulk of the country while feuding sects and gangs fight each other as well as the thoroughly discredited president, Bashar al-Assad. Meanwhile,...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama is lazy like a fox

    President Obama has demonstrated leadership qualities ranging from poor to nonexistent. But is a president who lacks visible leadership qualities really such a bad thing? Or is he lazy like a fox? A lack of leadership -- whether deliberate or accidental...
  • Arab Awakening could begin to resemble European Enlightenment

    PARIS -- There are only three valid reasons why the Middle East, the focus of international attention as 2012 begins, is important to the United States and the European nations. These are energy, immigration and Israel. Beyond that, there is no evident...
  • America's pivot to Asia a misguided one

    PARIS -- When the Barack Obama administration announced that American foreign policy would "pivot" from Europe and the Middle East to Asia, some European commentators interpreted the announcement as a return to that isolationism which characterized the...