A federal judge in Miami last month ordered a shipping firm to pay $80 million for conspiring with Cuba to abuse workers.
Readers write about expanding Internet access, how Israeli settlements effect relations with the Palestinian Authority, nuclear waste, and expanding your family via adoption.
A disputed border region further strains the Thai government, which also faces protests at home.
This week's deal to end the Russia-Georgia war may drive wedge between US and EU.
Readers write about US convictions of foreign citizens, international sports competition, and spay and neuter laws.
The state plans to execute a Mexican national on Aug. 5, despite objections of the World Court.
Each side has domestic reasons to prolong the conflict.