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  • End-of-year high note for Obama on foreign policy, too

    Russia's Medvedev lauds Obama for pushing New START through the Senate. North Korea is more subdued, ahead of US visit from China's Hu. Obama and Britain's Cameron, well, they still talk.
    12/24/2010 04:19 pm

  • The Vote Obama vacation book list: Is he reading up on bipartisanship?

    Obama vacation activities often include reading, and his book list apparently includes one on GOP icon Ronald Reagan. If nothing else, the book could offer valuable lessons on leadership style.
    12/24/2010 12:27 pm

  • US Senate ratification of New START treaty keeps US-Russia 'reset' on track

    The New START treaty could be ratified in Russia as early as Friday. But many pitfalls remain amid the US-Russia attempt to move away from cold war constraints.
    12/23/2010 11:05 am

  • New START treaty: Final vote could be Wednesday

    The Senate voted 67 to 28 Tuesday to move to a final vote on the new START treaty. Ratification would constitute a big political victory for a president who took a beating in the midterm elections.
    12/21/2010 06:49 pm

  • The Monitor's View Outside pressure is welcome after election fraud in Belarus, Ivory Coast

    Defenders of autocrats in Belarus and Ivory Coast warn the world not to interfere in internal affairs in those countries. The world should do just that.
    12/21/2010 04:02 pm

  • START debate: 3 things nuclear arms treaty would do, 3 things it won't

    On the grand scale of nuclear arms reduction, the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty President Obama signed with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev last April – known in Washington shorthand as New START – is considered a modest document. Yet it has become a lightning rod for contentious debate over related issues like missile defense and US-Russia relations, which the treaty does not directly address. The push is on for the Senate to ratify New START before the lame-duck session ends. The treaty is endorsed by former President George H.W. Bush (R), whose support may offset the suggestion that New START’s ratification would mainly be a foreign-policy boost to a Democratic president whom the Republicans just a month ago had on the ropes. Here’s a look at three things New START would accomplish – and three things it would not.
    12/20/2010 07:30 pm

  • Belarus election ends in protests, police crackdown

    Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko won a fourth term by a significant majority, but large protests by the opposition and a harsh police response signal this could be a difficult term.
    12/20/2010 10:04 am

  • Obama invokes Reagan to push START nuclear arms treaty with Russia

    Most national security experts and former arms control officials of both parties favor the START nuclear weapons treaty with Russia. But some Republicans are opposed, and it takes 67 votes.
    12/18/2010 01:54 pm

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  • Russia's Putin warns of police crackdowns on agitators in annual telethon

    Russian Prime Minister Putin gave his annual talk to the nation Thursday, and warned against extremism like that only display in weekend riots. Some say recent police action is out of proportion to the threat.
    12/16/2010 02:00 pm

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