Canada's split personalities complicate North American relations.
Protecting consumer interests is the path to global peace and prosperity.
America shouldn't forget that the other half of regime change is building a new regime.
In Iraq, crime does pay. The insurgency is about more than just politics or ethnicity.
The re-emergence of the ancient Silk Road provides Central Asia with a promising alternative to another reincarnation of great power conquest in the region.
Army Lieutenant Colonel Jim Ruf takes a gulp of coffee and says, almost unbelievably: "I don't care where it comes from.
America and Europe compete to influence the international system. The U.S. response should be a new formulation of an old strategy.
Demand for resources will be the flashpoint in U.S.-Chinese relations.
The United States may surpass the Caspian Sea as the world's largest supplier of caviar.
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