US Defense Secretary Robert Gates promised Saturday that the US will not 'stand idly by,' but the communist nation's example could be a case study in how to side-step diplomacy.
More than a love story, this novel serves as a meditation on culture, modern Iran, and the power of what is left out.
Q&A: Kim Jong Il's drive to make his nation a nuclear power and how that threatens Asian neighbors.
Experts gathered to debate US policy toward Iran, and then let the audience decide.
Consensus is rising in the international community: Enough cajoling, it's time to get tough.
Sri Lanka will fight a resolution backed by Western nations calling for an inquiry into possible war crimes during the conflict against the Tamil Tigers.
Today's TV talkers seem addicted to making cultural references that mean nothing to younger audiences.
Two weeks before crucial June elections, rival camps have refused to react to allegations that Hezbollah was behind the polarizing Hariri assassination in 2005.