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Armitage opens up about his new movie, "Pilgrimage," and "The Hobbit" trilogy.
Why are America's diplomats not speaking out loudly and clearly on Khadija Ismayilova's behalf? Why has the State Department not joined Europe's diplomats in publicly demanding her immediate release from jail?
So a movie release, the death day of a king and his birthday. Seems like a good day to make one's first tweet! Most recently
How Obama reacts to both the "outing" of the C.I.A. station chief in Afghanistan and the ongoing problems at the Veterans Administration will wind up reflecting on his presidential legacy, for better or worse.
The appeal of the Grand Adventure is clear and incontestable: the epic scale; the sense of mystery and adventure; the thrill of discovering what challenge, adversary, or ally awaits around the next bend. Thing is, the whole point of the exercise is to reach an ultimate goal.
But, at least “The Desolation of Smaug” is entertaining. The characters are doing things other than eating and singing. There
Good news for "Strike Back" fans: Cinemax will soon air a prequel season that stars a "Hobbit" actor and Andrew Lincoln from
After seeing An Unexpected Journey in the 48-frames-per-second format Jackson is convinced is the future of cinema, my enthusiasm for more Hobbit adventures is at an all-time low.
Let us remember that, just like the Libyans who today denounce the killing of Ambassador Stevens, there are those in the new Arab world who we can work with to build a better future.
The Baggins name, of course, is still prominent in the Peter Jackson-directed "The Hobbit: The Unexpected Journey," with
The debacle in Iraq is not merely a result of errors in planning or poor decision-making. Soldiers are still risking their lives every day in Iraq, "combat" or no "combat," and many more will die for this policy our neo-con leaders handed down to us.
Robert Novak was disliked by many -- liberals, mostly -- but he was a soldier, veteran, and a remarkable, unceasing journalist.
Although 13 of the Uighurs are still held at Guantanamo, all of the men -- who had fled persecution in China -- were cleared of being "enemy combatants" by the Bush administration and by the U.S. courts.
With the appropriate huzzahs for Obama's first 100 days still ringing in the air, his new AfPak strategy, for the linked crisis of Afghanistan and Pakistan, is already in deep trouble.
Richard Armitage, the second in command at the State Department under President Bush, told Al Jazeera English in an interview