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06/21/2006

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Iran Won't Wait for the West

As the world watches the political maneuvering over restarting nuclear talks with Iran -- this time with American participation -- few are paying attention to a broader strategic competition that has started between the United States, Russia and China.

New Siloviki Customs

When Prosecutor General Vladimir Ustinov was dismissed on June 1, some argued he had been too aggressive in his campaign against corruption, others that he had been too soft.

The Bloody Nature of an Islamic Reformation

In the early 1990s, Harvard University professor Samuel Huntington observed that ""Islam has bloody borders."" Back then, he was right.

Five-Star Luxury for Your Four-Legged Friends

From pick-up services to flatscreen fishbowls, modern pet hotels have it all.

Blokhin: Now Ukraine Has to Focus

Ukraine must come back down to earth quickly after Monday's 4-0 crushing of Saudi Arabia if it is to get past Tunisia and secure a place in the second round at its first World Cup.

2 U.S. Soldiers' Bodies Found in Iraq

The soldiers, whose disappearance Friday led to massive rescue operations, may have been tortured.

Taylor Goes to Hague to Face Trial

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor left Sierra Leone on a chartered jet Tuesday to face war-crimes charges in the Netherlands, the special court organizing his trial said.

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