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ANALYSIS. Japan and Its Neighborhood Quarrels

The Japan Times. 08:00 PM EDT

Taiwan’s New Weapon System Near Completion

United Press International. 08:00 PM EDT

EDITORIAL. To Prevent Chaos, Yemen Needs Help From Its Neighbors

Gulf News. United Arab Emirates. 08:00 PM EDT

Following Church Attack, Iraq Fears Al-Qaeda Revival

The National. United Arab Emirates. 08:00 PM EDT

Former IAEA Director ElBaradei Will Not Run in Egypt

Al-Masry Al-Youm. Egypt. 08:00 PM EDT

Yemen Hunts for Saudi Suspect in Foiled Bomb Plot

Al Arabiya News Channel. United Arab Emirates. 08:00 PM EDT

UK Minister: Yemen Near Collapse, International Community Must Act

The Daily Telegraph. England. 08:00 PM EDT

OPINION. As Asia’s Interest in US Rises, Obama Heads Abroad

Fareed Zakaria. The Washington Post. 08:00 PM EDT

Japan Recalls Moscow Ambassador Following Medvedev's Visit to Disputed Islands

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Czech Republic. 08:00 PM EDT

Facing Economic Collapse, Ireland Dives into Spending Cuts

Business Week. United States. 08:00 PM EDT

OPINION. Forced Democratization in Russia

Vladimir Ryzhkov. The Moscow Times. 08:00 PM EDT

FARC Suspected in Latest Attack on Colombian Battalion Commander

Latin American Herald Tribune. Venezuela. 08:00 PM EDT

Brazil's New President Rousseff Guarantees Press Freedom

The Guardian. England. 08:00 PM EDT

Following a Dive, Spanish-Cuban Trade On the Path to Recovery

Latin American Herald Tribune. Venezuela. 08:00 PM EDT

EDITORIAL. Is the Brazil Victory Rousseff's or Lula's?

Today's Zaman. Turkey. 08:00 PM EDT

Honduras Seize $7m in Cash from Smugglers

Latin American Herald Tribune. Venezuela. 08:00 PM EDT

Tunisia Sentences 8 to Prison Terms on Charges of Terrorism

Ennahar Online. Algeria. 08:00 PM EDT

Watchdog Group Debates Allowing Zimbabwe to Export Diamonds

Mail&Guardian. South Africa. 08:00 PM EDT

S Africa, China Strike Deal on Coal Trade

Reuters Africa. 08:00 PM EDT

Facts Meet Freedom: On the Air in Afghanistan

The average American sees Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty as a Cold War relic—if they even know it still exists at all. But as P. J. O'Rourke reports from Kabul, RFE/RL's Afghan service has become a vital part of that country's life and politics.

Shifting Sands: Why Peace Talks Might Just Work

Renewed peace talks have certainly drawn their share of skepticism, but veteran ABC News correspondent Robert Zelnick, who has just returned from a Mideast trip, reports that conditions are ripe for a successful deal.

Letter from the Editor: November/December 2010

W e close out 2010 at World Affairs with an issue rich in observation and insight that offers clarity, caution, and even some cause for optimism in an era that has grown used to peering into the abyss. In the optimism department, New York Times diplomatic ...