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As new data suggests that the US surge in Afghanistan has failed, we ask how it will impact the upcoming US elections.
Will Obama's speech against violence and extremism calm anti-US sentiment in the Muslim world?
Starving patients left with maggots on open wounds - what went wrong at the Dawood Khan hospital and was it covered up?
Iran has been developing nuclear capacities in order to obtain leverage in diplomatic talks with the United States.
The bombing of an Israeli diplomat's car in India isn't consistent with Iranian or Hezbollah involvement.
Instead of taxing the rich to enable continued warfare, it would be better to stop the conduct of war.
Rabbani could not offer the Taliban the one condition needed for a peace agreement - the full withdrawal of US troops.
Should the US be worried about the close relationship between Iran and Venezuela?
Slain journalist Syed Saleem Shahzad's book asserts al-Qaeda, unlike the Taliban, wants Western-led wars to continue.
Is NATO's role in Afghanistan in the best interest of the nation,or is it simply a boost for NATO's morale?
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Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.