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A soothing voice after years of politicization
North Korea wants to strike a deal with the Obama administration. Obama shouldn't budge.
Sen. Dick Lugar calls foundation "a temptation" for foreign groups looking to curry favor.
Topping the list: Iraq, Afghanistan, and nuclear arms control.
The State Department can't reply to everyone at once . . . at least not through its E-mail server.
Defense secretary talks big on diplomacy, Stephen Glain writes, but must put money where his mouth is.
She aspires to becoming one of the most effective and high-profile secretaries of state in history
Some want the U.S. military to go ashore in Somalia to hunt pirates, commanders aren't enthusiastic.
A more important state department? Good.
Detroit has a large Arab community. But the recession has hit the city particularly hard.