Maggie Farley

UN Correspondent, Los Angeles Times

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UN correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

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China has mobilized massive resources to deal with yesterday's earthquake. More than a week after the cyclone hit Myanmar it's a different story.

Burma's Misery, Myanmar's Intransigence

China has mobilized massive resources to deal with yesterday's earthquake. More than a week after the cyclone hit Myanmar it's a different story.

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In light of Sunday's nuclear test, an unidentified North Korean official announced to the state news agency today, "We hope the situation will be resolved before an unfortunate…

UN Weighs Sanctions against North Korea

In light of Sunday's nuclear test, an unidentified North Korean official announced to the state news agency today, "We hope the situation will be resolved before an unfortunate…

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France is not the only nation in Europe with cold feet about sending troops to southern Lebanon.  Italy, Spain and Finland want to know if the rules of engagement will require their…

The Politics of Peacekeeping

France is not the only nation in Europe with cold feet about sending troops to southern Lebanon.  Italy, Spain and Finland want to know if the rules of engagement will require their…

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