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By Michael D. Mosettig
Just about anyone with the slightest connection to the Cuban Missile Crisis 53 years ago has penned their recollections, including me. But few of those who were around then, and certainly subsequent generations, have much recall of a simultaneous conflict…
When President Barack Obama and his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye meet Friday, they could spend as much time talking about China as about the relations between their two countries.
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
Forty years ago, I arrived in America with none of the social bona fides, the pedigree that comes from T-ball, Boy Scouts, junior prom or graduating from the local high school.
As the 70th anniversary of V-J Day approaches, the United States and Asia are facing another reminder that history may not repeat itself but often it seems to come around full circle. Seventy years after the end of World War…
As official visits go, it has been an inauspicious scene-setting for next week's trip of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff to the United States and a Tuesday meeting with President Barack Obama.
BERLIN, Germany -- This weekend President Barack Obama will be meeting in a Bavarian castle with six of his fellow leaders from Europe, Canada and Japan at the Group of Seven (G7) summit, a highly choreographed annual event that produces…
Throughout this coming week, a Japanese visitor named Shinzo Abe will be touring the United States with stops in Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles as well as meetings in Washington with President Barack Obama and a speech to Congress.
For Lee Kuan Yew, lifting the tiny nation-state of Singapore into a world-class city took single minded, even ruthless determination and a deep involvement of the state in the smallest matters. The result is a multi-ethnic population able to educate…
In Hong Kong these days, a Chinese and international city of 7 million brimming with both raw commercial energy and political tension, the newest hot button issue is how to separate the sheep from the goats.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia -- In recent weeks, from Israel to Europe to the United States, civic and religious leaders and a cluster of survivors, have commemorated Holocaust Memorial Day and this year the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the…
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