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Winning hearts and minds -- the Bush administration, foreign policy wonks, even the U.S. military agree that this is the key to any victory over global terrorism. Yet our public diplomacy program has made little progress on improving America's image....
In her first official trip overseas, Hillary Rodham Clinton showed herself to be a different kind of secretary of State for a different time. She broke with almost half a century of tradition in choosing Asia rather than Europe or the Middle East for...
Anger over high food prices has sparked protests in several countries. Surging food prices have posed a particular risk to poor economies. Here are some details of recent price rise protests and disturbances: * BURKINA FASO - Unions called a general...
Ali Alatas Ex-foreign minister for Indonesia Ali Alatas, 76, the former Indonesian foreign minister who had the delicate task of representing his country during an often-brutal dictatorship and was once in the running to head the United Nations, died...
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Having already seen "Deep Sea 3-D" and "Into the Deep 3-D," you could be forgiven for thinking that Imax has gone to the water well once too often with its latest offering, "Under the Sea 3-D." But practice has delivered something close to perfection as...
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Los Angeles Times StaffThe U.S. Embassy in Jakarta warned Americans against flying on Indonesian airlines after a string of accidents. It said Indonesia's civil aviation authority did not meet international safety standards. Separately, the State Department continued to urge...
Barack Obama is more than the man of the hour, or year. He is a man for our time. A man for American dream fulfillment. But even more, a man for the harsh global realities we must face. Confident, cool and wise, he comes with the right cultural DNA....
President bush is not generally known for his firm grasp of history. But this has not stopped him from using history to justify his policies -- most recently in a speech to U.S. veterans in which he defended his aim to "stay the course" in Iraq by...
With more than 17,000 islands and about 300 ethnic groups, Indonesia is among the most culturally diverse countries in the world. So the exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art featuring 90-plus textile works from the collection of Mary Hunt...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe last king of Toraja was 93 when he took his final breath in July 2003. Five years later, he's still part of the family, quietly residing in a small room in his former palace, shaded by two red parasols decorated with colored beads and gold fringe. By...
Tags: Family, Christianity, Animals, Death, Church and State Relations
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The Times' editorial series on food diplomacy explores the possibility that the United States could improve its global image and enhance national security by launching "a high-profile food diplomacy initiative planned, funded and executed for the...
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