Will the move make any difference in the Libyan uprising?
Powerhouse economies near an accord, but trade disagreements linger
Global financial leaders come away from Toronto vowing to cut deficits
Peter Galbraith represented the UN in Afghanistan, where he has been accused of suggesting that Hamid Karzai be replaced
The non-binding agreement was a bummer to activists, but the talks were far from a total bust
Obama addressed the climate conference this morning: can he pull off a last-minute success?
Before Obama's arrival, China pours cold water on hopes of a deal as Clinton offers billions in climate aid
Observers take the temperature of negotiations. Is it a cliché to call them "a mess"?
Sneaky tricks, forgotten victims, and epic battles--the stories observers want told
The Guardian reports tension between the developed and developing world, but bloggers deny there's commotion
NATO has pledged 5,000 of the 10,000 troops Obama requested. Will their hawkish chief come through?
How Obama's decision to attend international talks affects climate change negotiations
The dramatic case of a Bosnian Serb's trial for war crimes
A bevy of major authorities give belated on what Obama should do to "earn" the prize he was already awarded
Reactions from French, German, Chinese, and Spanish publications on the president's award
A firestorm engulfs Michael Oren after he accuses the fact-finding mission in Gaza of giving Holocaust deniers a boost
The Lisbon treaty, which could increase the power of the EU, is on course for ratification. What lies ahead?
Three columnists set the stage on the day of Obama's Copenhagen visit
Conservatives serve up some speculation on the president's push to bring the games to Chicago
There's always a big debate about the value of multilateral meetings. Is Pittsburgh any different?
The Libyan leader's speech touched on Suez, the Kennedy assassination, and something called the "fish flu"
Minutes after Obama left the stage, debate was taking shape
Expectations for the president's first speech to the gathering of world leaders are that he'll win a warm reception
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