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For an administration that built its foreign policy strategy around "restoring our reputation abroad" (and the media that played along with that narrative), it is cause for alarm that European allies like Germany are now mad at us. Western European ...
If residents of the European Union could vote today in the U.S. presidential election, 75 percent would vote for President Obama and 8 percent for Romney.

The coffins with three Danish soldiers killed in Helmand, Afghanistan, arriving in Denmark in Krestine Havemann/Polfoto, via Associated PressThe coffins with three Danish soldiers killed in Helmand, Afghanistan, arriving in Denmark in Dec. 2008.
The president urged politicians to end the rows which have thwarted reform efforts as Ukraine gears up for next year's presidential election. He also proposed political change, including the creation of a second chamber of parliament. "We were ill ...
Plots to blow up numerous planes en route from UK to US; Heathrow closed to incoming flights; numerous airlines cancelling flights; carry-on luggage effectively banned right now on UK flights; MI5 says threat is 'critical.

By pure coincidence, next month brings not one but two major turning points for Serbia. First, there's the Ahtisaari plan for Kosovo.
A spectre is haunting Europe, but this time it is not the spectre of revolt by the popular masses, or even one of yet another wave of bank bailouts.

"I have made a decision and am formally submitting my resignation," he said in a televised address. However, the man declared to have lost the country's re-run presidential election to Western-leaning Viktor Yushchenko has refused to admit defeat ...
So Armenia had a Presidential election last week. Prime Minister ... The official line is that the two events were completely unrelated, and indeed the US and Croatian embassies were a couple of kilometers away from the center of the demonstration. On ...
Parag Khanna has a monster screed - eight pages - in the NYT on the subject of "turning away from hegemony". The hegemony concerned is that of the United States; the argument is that US power will decline relative to that of China, India, big second ...
Given that I was asked about Nader on German radio yesterday, it's worth a look at this left-of-the-aisle site to see why he won't have an impact on this year's presidential election in the US. If Europe has to put up with a second Bush term, it won't ...
Though I hope to the contrary, I believe the weeks following the US presidential election will become a much bigger electoral and legal debacle than most commentators are willing to admit now.
She has not said it herself so far but Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko seems to be preparing the ground to challenge the results of Sunday's presidential election. The anticipated move comes despite the Central Election Commission (CEC) and ...
The president urged politicians to end the rows which have thwarted reform efforts as Ukraine gears up for next year's presidential election. He also proposed .... No wonder Dominique Strauss Kahn recently warned of the catastrophe which looms before us.
Instead, both contenders in the recent US presidential election had told voters that al-Qaeda was opposed to American values on women's rights or the sale of alcohol, warnings that sidestepped many major issues. Al-Qaeda's hostility stemmed from US ...


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