In the past week, mixed progress as a US journalist is charged with spying amidst positive statements from both countries.
This history of World War II from a German perspective is a superb study of a society at war.
Military options could only make things worse, some analysts say, if they did not go hand in hand with political solutions.
Disarmed by US forces in 2003, the 3,400 People’s Mujahideen members at Camp Ashraf have been asked to leave by the Iraqi government.
The attack follows a school shooting just a month ago.
Readers write about the challenge North Korea poses for China and the US, what Congress can learn from Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, and an accused Nazi guard.
On Monday, a US judge ruled John Demjanjuk is healthy enough to face trial in Germany. He’s accused of complicity in the deaths of 30,000 Jews and gypsies.