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The Peril of Too Much Power

For most of the 20th century, the defining political question was: What do you think of Russia? At the beginning of the 21st century, it is: What do you think of America?

Perilous Incompetence in Ingushetia

Viktor Kazantsev's ham-handed tactics in the Caucasus could turn Ingushetia into another Chechnya.

Sakharov: From H-Bomb to Human Rights

Contrary to the common Western assumption that creativity needs freedom, Russian science seemed to do best when political conditions were worst.

Britain Lays Queen Mother to Rest

Kings, queens and royalty from around the world mourned the Queen Mother at her funeral Tuesday in ancient Westminster Abbey as huge crowds stood outside, honoring a woman beloved for her kindness and dedication to duty.

Afghan Refugees Stranded by Protests

Protests by poppy farmers furious over a new government anti-drug campaign have stranded thousands of Afghan refugees seeking to return home from Pakistan.

Serbs Protest in Kosovo

Thousands of Serbs rallied Tuesday to demand the release of a hard-line leader and others imprisoned after clashes with United Nations police.

13 Israeli Soldiers Killed in Camp Explosion

Palestinians barricaded in a West Bank refugee camp detonated powerful bombs near advancing Israeli troops Tuesday, killing 13 soldiers in the deadliest battle of Israel's West Bank offensive.

Offensive Revives Arafat's Stature

Palestinians consulted in a series of interviews, including those who used to complain bitterly about his leadership, have closed ranks behind Yasser Arafat.

Israelis, Palestinians Interrogated at UN

Frustrated United Nations Security Council members grilled the Israeli ambassador on why Israel is defying its repeated demands for to end increasingly deadly attacks on Palestinian cities -- and again demanded the immediate withdrawal of Israeli forces.

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