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By CHRISTOPHER BUCKLEY
A document released to Communist Party cadres enumerated what it called subversive social currents, including Western-inspired notions of human rights, that must be fought.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, ALAN COWELL and ROD NORDLAND
While the authorities could find a way to keep former President Hosni Mubarak in detention and his release did not appear imminent, the development risked adding a volatile new element to Egypt's crisis.
By JUSTIN GILLIS
A summary of the next big United Nations climate report emphasizes that the basic facts giving rise to global alarm about climate change are more established than ever.
By CHOE SANG-HUN
Revival of a humanitarian program would be another step toward a thaw on the divided Korean Peninsula after months of tension.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, PETER BAKER and MICHAEL R. GORDON
Egypt's military crackdown has left President Obama in a no-win position: risk a partnership that has been the bedrock of Middle East peace, or stand by while allies try to hold on to power by mowing down opponents.
By DAMIEN CAVE
The island nation is emerging as a bright spot in the fight against drugs and organized crime that extends across the region.