The Knowledge Economy

The South may appear to have shaken off the colonial North, but in Egypt research is big business and money is influence
Mustafa Kamel El-Sayed
February 25, 2004

Korean Bodyguards to Train Iraqi Police

Foreign troops may stay away, but Iraq still gets help from private bodyguards
O Youn-hee
March 23, 2004

Afghanistan’s Perilous Roads: Allies Struggle to Find Safer Supply Route

NATO looks to one-time “axis of evil” member for safe route into war zone
Dieter Bednarz
February 18, 2009

Earthquake Narrows US-Iran Rift

Recent developments and "earthquake diplomacy" could mean that the time is right for a US-Iran rapprochement
Roshanak Taghavi
January 30, 2004

U.S. Won't Lift Sanctions Until Libya Keeps Its Word

To avoid sending the wrong message to North Korea and others, US keeps up economic pressure
Steven Weisman
December 21, 2003

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