Will Barack Obama's wooing of the German chancellor pay dividends in November?
Can Germany's Angela Merkel hold fast against Greek brinksmanship?
No matter who wins the presidential elections, Egypt's revolution is in trouble.
Why are India and Pakistan sacrificing hundreds of soldiers' lives over an uninhabitable icy wasteland?
As Europe’s biggest sporting tournament kicks off in Ukraine, will political controversy and racism mar the country’s moment in the sun?
The revolution is finally coming to the once quiet, now tense streets of inner Damascus.
Egypt's battered revolutionaries can't decide if they're winning -- or on the verge of a historic defeat.
Pakistan's top diplomat is charged with resurrecting a relationship with the United States that seems only to get worse with time.
What happens when you mix a trashy Europop spectacle with an oil-soaked Caspian dictator?
Egypt's presidential elections are keeping Israeli officials awake at night. Will their most important Arab friend soon be an enemy?
Sunday's spasm of violence bodes ill for Lebanese stability. But the real problem is that there's nobody in charge.
Today's gruesome car bomb attack in Damascus only adds to the worries of Syrians agonizing over whether to stay or flee.
Greeks are clearly relieved to have crushed a corroded old political system, but now there's nothing workable to replace it.
Bahrain has badly botched its local version of the Arab Spring. And there seems to be no way out.
U.S. officials cut a dramatic deal for the freedom of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, but the agreement appears to contain few hard assurances that China will keep its end of the bargain.
Turkey may just be able to fix this war-torn east African nation -- if it doesn't fall into the same traps of would-be saviors who came before it.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood have their own take on women's liberation.
As France heads to the polls, Sarkozy still can't land his punches. Is this the final round for the feisty pint-sized politician?
U.S. service members stationed in Bahrain are struggling to adjust to the new normal as the country enters the second year of its uprising.
For Nairobi's poorest, the enormous trash dump that's slowly killing them is also the only thing keeping them alive.
Mexico's drug war is turning Argentina into the new Wild West of the global narcotics trade.
Can Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood overcome the disqualification of its popular and charismatic candidate for president?