We must stop lecturing – and start helping.
Both sides are maneuvering for another ceasefire, and Israeli troops are not likely to invade the Gaza strip, say analysts.
An Istanbul cobbler capitalizes on the 'shoe mania' sparked by the tossing of his work.
Gasoline and some heating costs are expected to be relatively low in 2009.
Foreign licenses, such as the BBC's, could be yanked as Baku tilts away from the West.
But critics say the US should go slowly on a deal that would help a crucial trading partner for Iran.
As US forces pull back, Iran is expected to widen its influence in Iraq, despite the two countries' history of war and mistrust.