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The Washington Post employs the passive voice in its lede on the newfound fondness for nuclear power: Nuclear power -- long considered environmentally hazardous -- is...

How many Middle Eastern leaders have to visit Brazil in one month for the U.S. State Department to figure out something’s going on? More than...

It’s a busy month for Brazil. The Latin American giant hosted Shimon Peres last week, sustained a visit from Mahmoud Abbas this week, and will...

"For a while the world was flat," writes Roger Cohen in today's New York Times. "Now it's upside down." His thesis is simple:...

In the backlash against the Bush administration's (first-term) pro-democracy agenda, a lot of critics have been singing the praises of "alternative" models of development. Exhibits...

When someone argues for moral equivalency between the American government and Al Qaeda and suggests Bush is leading America toward fascism, we tend to assume...

On Sunday, Daniel Ortega, Nicaragua’s President, met with Ezzatollah Zarghami, director of Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting. Zarghami’s visit is just one of a...

For the next few weeks, I will be traveling back and forth to Stuttgart, Germany, where I am serving on the jury of a triennial...

The new Seven Wonders of the World, which were announced last week with great fanfare in Lisbon, are a droll affair. Two are from...

The website of Stonebridge International, a consulting firm that provides advice on doing business in China, Russia, India, Brazil, and other promising markets, has a...