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The new frontline of modern warfare.
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China's diplomats have the ear of the world's bad guys. So what are they telling them?
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Relax, America. Chinese math whizzes and Indian engineers aren't stealing your kids' future.
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The 9 most annoying sky-is-falling clichès in American foreign policy.
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How copyrights for U.S. cartoons are holding the developing world hostage.
By Charles Kenny
How did a Wall Street buzzword coined by Goldman Sachs become a powerful new bloc in world affairs?
By Blake Hounshell
Why Muslim fundamentalists may be our best hope for stopping terror.
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What is WikiLeaks really trying to tell us? We asked eminent historians and ambassadors to take the long view on these startling documents, starting with a short history of secrecy.
China's rapid growth is a legitimate worry for leaders in Washington -- and Beijing.
An advocate for Washington's 'Internet Freedom' agenda has second thoughts.
The United States may need Saudi Arabia -- but do they need us?
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