China and Korea are furious with their neighbor. Their current approach won't get results.
Israeli-Palestinian peace ought to move from a quartet to a European-Chinese duet.
The United States and South Korea are too close for either's good.
South Korea's new president will break with the hard-line approach of Lee Myung-bak.
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The old ways are too entrenched for the new president to uproot.
Is North Korea an irrational state or a survivor against all odds?
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