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It's a dangerous world for U.S. diplomats. But the last thing a nation beset by the "ugly American" stereotype needs is ugly American embassies. The State Department is now promising to reconcile enhanced security with design in its aggressive new overseas building program. It's about time, say its critics.
The United States is relying increasingly on three transit routes snaking through Central Asia, Russia and the Caucuses to ship nonmilitary supplies and fuel into Afghanistan as the deteriorating relationship between Washington and Pakistan closes off border crossings, according to a Senate report obtained by the Associated Press.
Russia's expected invitation to join the World Trade Organization this month has ignited debate in Congress on a bill that targets Russian human rights abuse and a trade law that could hurt U.S. businesses.
The U.S. ambassador to El Salvador stirred up ghosts from her past when she wrote a newspaper article praising the president of the Central American nation for supporting the homosexual agenda.
A year from Election Day, Democrats are crafting a campaign strategy for Vice President Joseph R. Biden that targets the big three battlegrounds: Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, states where Mr. Biden might be more of an asset to President Obama's re-election campaign than the president himself.
A senior Republican senator is determined to force the U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic to give up his post over charges that the envoy misled Congress two years ago when he served as an adviser to President Obama.
An intense campaign by Armenian-Americans forced the U.S. ambassador to Turkey to back off claims that most churches in Turkey are still functioning more than 100 years after Turkish Muslims began killing Armenian Christians and destroying their places of worship.
The chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee is calling on President Obama to protest Syria's "bloodthirsty" regime by refusing to send U.S. Ambassador Robert Ford back to Damascus.
Armenian-Americans are cheering Sen. Robert Menendez for blocking the nomination of career diplomat John Heffern to serve as ambassador to Armenia.