Russians are asking whether the repeated ability of jihadists from the turbulent northern Caucasus to strike at will in Moscow means that the country is losing its own war on terror.
01/25/2011 11:59 am
Moscow explosion: Experts say the explosion, which killed at least 35, will likely be traced to Russia's volatile north Caucasus region, where political murders, bombings, and kidnappings occur almost daily.
01/24/2011 12:36 pm
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America has made the climate as comfortable as possible for CEOs, who have repaid the favor by creating more and more jobs – in other countries.
12/23/2010 04:00 pm
Turkey's Suat Kiniklioglu says this Israeli government has gone too far.
06/02/2010 12:50 pm
In the trough of the great recession, America clung to a new breed of rock-star economist. Thankfully, that time seems to be ending.
04/09/2010 01:18 pm
The Circle Bastiat Global Debt: A country-by-country look at spending for growth vs. deficit cutting
A look at the wave of debt crises spreading around the globe.
03/09/2010 01:05 pm
China is a formidable adversary whose ultimate strength is not its military hardware but its economic prowess, and whose diplomatic weapon is not saber rattling but great patience.
02/16/2010 10:45 am
There are early reports that Iran plans to shut down Google's email service, a possible blow to protesters who have used Gmail in the past to help organize rallies. Twitter, meanwhile, appears to still be up and running in Iran.
02/11/2010 09:23 am
In front of 300 diplomats, including senior US officials, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said the US was violating international law by a proposed arms sale to Taiwan, and defended Chinese TV and radio as more reliable than Western media.
02/05/2010 04:16 pm