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Fond Recollections of Far East Hanky-Panky

As a young man I had no great romances, though judging by old photographs I was a handsome lad, and a naval officer to boot.

The Way to Chechen Peace

A number of recent indications suggest the time is ripe for a political settlement of the war in Chechnya.

Time to Fix a National Embarrassment

On June 6, the U.S. Department of Commerce declared Russia a free-market economy. On the surface, that historic judgment seems reasonable.

Unhealthy Prejudice Running Riot

President Bush told Americans to exercise more, to eat less and to stop smoking and excessively drinking.

220 Dead in Iranian Earthquake

Mournful wails echoed from a hilltop cemetery Sunday as dazed villagers gathered at dawn to bury victims of an earthquake that flattened villages in northwestern Iran, killing at least 220 people.

Leadership Rift Stalls EU Summit

A rift between France and Germany has left a yawning leadership vacuum at the heart of the European Union, paralyzing the bloc's ability to settle pressing problems.

Malaysian Premier Quits, Then Rethinks

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's retraction of his shock resignation on Saturday was only to give other party leaders time to work out the transition of power, a senior ruling party source said.

Israel Retakes Palestinian City in the West Bank

The Israeli army pushed into another West Bank city on Sunday and called up reservists in an emergency mobilization for a threatened reoccupation of Palestinian areas in response to suicide attacks.

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