The U.S.-European partnership is central to addressing problems requiring a global response.
Many remember when the Japanese electronics industry was the envy of the world.
Reports of nuke program procurement efforts aren’t new.
But not in lame duck and still not a sure thing.
New sanctions now would be poorly timed and reduce the probability of a positive outcome.
Horrifically, many Armenians have taken to addressing Jews as “ocar,” the Armenian word for soap.
The church has been a bridge between the two countries in normalizing relations.
Nigeria prides itself as a country with open elections and freedom of the press.
The fight against endemic Iraqi corruption has just begun.
What is really at stake in these talks -- or should be, anyway -- is whether Iran will be permitted to enrich uranium at all.