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Japan's Future Made in China?

As China develops into a country of high tech and low wages, Japan is in danger of losing its last great competitive advantage over its resurgent neighbor.

Ire and Brimstone

In the Catholic catechism, schoolchildren learn the seven deadly sins.

Ire and Brimstone

Zero tolerance is a particularly American response to wrongdoing. There are no calls for zero tolerance in Europe, only astonishment at the ways in which Americans go about dealing with their demons.

Making a Killing on Dead Peasants

If you think Moscow is cutting-edge when it comes to insurance games, think again.

Girl's Pleading Eyes Strip Revenge of All Appeal

My cousin Lyova from Odessa joined the army as a volunteer in the first days of World War II.

OSCE's Tele-Killer Awards

One of the leitmotifs of this column is my battle with the battle for freedom of speech in this country.

Germany Mourns School Deaths

He was called shy, ordinary, a loner, unassuming, timid and even lazy. But no one who knew Robert Steinhaeuser thought the troubled teenager would turn into one of Germany's most savage killers.

Rumsfeld Spins Through Central Asia

U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld met with leaders of two former Soviet republics in Central Asia.

Iraqis Party, U.S. Plots Invasion

Faced with U.S. threats to topple President Saddam Hussein, Iraq brought five days of celebrations for his birthday to a climax Sunday with a massive parade designed to show his popular support.

Israel OKs Bush Plan but Snubs UN Probe

Israel's Cabinet approved Sunday a proposal by U.S. President George W. Bush that could lead to the lifting of a month-old Israeli siege on Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, Israeli political sources said.

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