The GOP isolationist myth
A Pyrrhic victory?
Algeria and Mali underscore the continuing threat of Islamic extremism across North Africa
U.S. and Pakistan: Uneasy allies
Rather than signal an improvement in ties between two uneasy allies in the war against Islamic extremists, the resumption of U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan could make an already tense relationship worse
Occupy Wall Street protesters are the extremists, not the tea party
Occupy Wall Street protesters want to overthrow the government; the tea party just wants to reduce federal borrowing. Who are the extremists here?
Why limit drone strikes against Americans to other countries?
If we're hunting Americans with drone strikes, why limit our activities to other countries?
Occupy Baltimore — for what?
The Occupy Together protest movement spreading from Wall Street adds an important voice to the nation's politics, but its goals are too amorphous.
Soviet fall and Arab Spring
Sheilah Kast, eyewitness to the transformation of Russia 20 years ago, sees parallels with what's happening now in the Middle East
A despot lashes out
Syrian President Bashar Assad will continue slaughtering his people for as long as he thinks he can get away with it
Military coup ousts government of Mauritania
Let democracy fight terrorism in Pakistan
Bombs kill 2 in Bangkok
In Bangkok, Thais take military coup in stride
Thai premier overthrown
When journalism is perilous Dictators of 2 countries in Africa persecuted Liberian journalist
2 TURKISH CABINET MEMBERS RESIGN OVER ISLAMIC POLICIES; OFFICIALS ANGRY AT FAILURE TO REVERSE RELIGIOUS POLICIES
A Survivor Tells Her Story
Argentina curtails military's political influence
Aristide returns home to savior's welcome Restored leader calls for peace; U.N. lifts sanctions U.S. INTERVENTION IN HAITI
U.S. sends Carter-led team to Haiti to avert invasion
Where Does Russia Belong?
Chaos, threats grow in Haiti Aristide assails police, military
20 years after coup, Chileans divided on Pinochet
The Daze of 1992 Dave Barry's Year-End Rap
Vision of Democratic Latin America Blurs Peru Coup Latest Problem
Return of Haitian exiles resumes after Supreme Court lifts injunction
GLEN BURNIE MAN SERVES COUNTRY BY HELPING HAITIANS
Yeltsin takes over Kremlin for Russia Few ministries survive swift 'state coup d'etat'
OAS Assumes New Role in Haiti Action
In aftermath of coup, Yeltsin's star shines brighter than ever Defiance of Russian leader proved pivotal in turning back hard-liners. Soviet military coup
2 Guatemalan officials probed over BCCI loans INTERNATIONAL BANK SCANDAL
Gorbachev's tactics debated as he apparently retreats to reliance on party, military
Discovery of mass grave in Brazil revives questions on military rule
S. Africa homeland foils coup attempt
Who will win: China's Leninists or its reformers?