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Afghanistan's seemingly endless conflict continues as civilian causalities in the protracted war are nearly double what they were a decade ago.
 
Rhetoric has come full circle in the dispute over the South China Sea but can the Philippines, the current chair of ASEAN and a claimant state, deliver a peaceful solution for the area?
 
A federal appeals court has handed a resounding victory to Washington state and Minnesota in their challenge of President Donald Trump's travel ban, finding unanimously that a lower court ruling suspending the ban's enforcement should stay in place while the case continues.
 
What to call Trump's lies?
I had this bad dream the other night: I was working in an American news organization and was assigned to cover the White House -- and my first assignment was to "expose as many lies as possible."
 
When President Rodrigo Duterte said the police force was "corrupt to the core," he wasn't saying anything that we Filipinos don't already know.
 
U.S. President Donald Trump's two-week blitz of national security initiatives has shaken up world affairs, but Washington's own foreign policy headquarters has fallen all but silent.
 
U.S. President Donald Trump has promised to revitalize America's aging roads, bridges, railways and airports, but a plan put forward by his economic advisers relies on a transportation financing scheme that hasn't been tried before and comes with significant risks.
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When Pyeongchang was awarded the 2018 Olympics six years ago, many South Koreans felt that the first Winter Games on home snow would herald their entry into the top tier of rich nations.
 
In the confusing environment generated by U.S. President Donald Trump, in which he has criticized his allies more than America's opponents, the trip by Defense Secretary James M. Mattis to Seoul and Tokyo was reassuring...
 
He may be a new kind of president, employing a go-it-alone business style while upending White House norms, but Donald Trump now confronts a venerable U.S. system of checks and balances.
 
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