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The much-hyped plan to end Syria's misery and guide its transition to democracy appears to have fallen flat despite the endorsement of Western powers.
2012/7/3
The U.S. has spent months disparaging Russia for blocking strong U.N. action against Syria and standing by President Bashar al-Assad as his forces lay waste to rebellious cities.
2012/6/20
On the eve of a presidential election and two weeks before they are supposed to hand over authority, the military generals who were the power behind Hosni Mubarak's autocratic rule are more entrenched in control than anyone in Egypt had ever intended. That shows no sign of changing.
2012/6/17
A tentative deal to allow activist Chinese lawyer Chen Guangcheng to study in the United States serves as a face-saving measure for all involved: Washington can say it safeguarded human rights, Beijing can point to its cooperative diplomacy and Chen gets a new start in America.
2012/5/6
As slogans go, U.S. President Barack Obama's promise of the “light of a new day” in Afghanistan is not nearly as catchy as the “Mission Accomplished” banner on the USS Abraham Lincoln the day then-President George W. Bush announced the end of major combat operations in Iraq in 2003.
2012/5/4
Now that North Korea's rocket launch has ended in failure, its next move could be even more provocative: a nuclear test.
2012/4/15
Now that North Korea's rocket launch has ended in failure, its next move could be even more provocative: a nuclear test.
2012/4/15
Iran's envoys are heading for nuclear talks with confidence that the chips are falling their way.
2012/4/14
Iran's envoys are heading for nuclear talks with confidence that the chips are falling their way.
2012/4/14
Rick Santorum's exit from the White House race Tuesday marked a symbolic starter shot for the general election campaign, allowing all-but-certain Republican nominee Mitt Romney to turn his full attention to U.S. President Barack Obama.
2012/4/12
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