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Editorials from leading French papers gripe about American bossiness in relief efforts
A tragic day for agents in Afghanistan raises questions about security and morale
How President Obama's Nobel acceptable speech articulates his approach to foreign policy
The usual cries for vigilance, as well as nostalgia for a time when America's enemies were clear
Expert evaluations run the gamut from letdown to glamorous success
23 agents are tried in absentia and sentenced to years in jail
The Obama administration gets pulled into a battle between liberal J Street and conservative AIPAC
A row between the U.S. and Japan has experts reassessing the countries' strategic relationship
Conservatives join Dick Cheney in blasting Obama's politics but applauding his policies on the Afghan war
Kerry's success bolsters his status as a top American statesman, and boosts his political prospects
Charles Krauthammer gets his disdain on over Obama's foreign policy
Robert Gates, John McCain and Evan Bayh lay out the options in Afghanistan while Bill Clinton punts on whether Hillary will run again
Op-eds from Secretaries Gates and Clinton addressed some critics' concerns with plans to scrap the missile shield
More reasons to drop the shield from across the foreign policy spectrum
Did Europeans even want the allegedly expensive, malfunctioning, and provocative shield in the first place?
Bush's vision of a missile defense shield stretching in Poland and the Czech Republic has been abandoned
David Rothkopf says the Secretary of State is crafting the first meaningful foreign policy doctrine since the end of the Cold War. Columnists say he's way off the mark.
Liberals accuse the president of treating prisoners in Afghanistan the same way Bush did with those in Guantanamo Bay.
The pros and cons of two recent rescue missions to Myanmar and North Korea
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