As Venezuelans head to the polls to replace Hugo Chávez, a crazy campaign takes a turn toward the truly bizarre.
Why Margaret Thatcher still makes life difficult for Britain's Conservatives.
What does it say about Germany today that in order to see some Jews you’ve got to go to a museum?
Was a U.N. diplomat pushed out of his position for airing Port-au-Prince's dirty laundry in public?
Two years after President Bashar al-Assad's regime had me arrested, there seems to be no end in sight to the bloodshed in Syria.
Islamic militants messed with the wrong city on Saturday night.
Amid the drug palaces of northern Mali, it's easy to see why this war will be hard to win.
Once a laughingstock, the Arab world’s political body is closing ranks against Bashar al-Assad.
South Africa is a mess. So why does it get to sit at the BRICS big boy table?
Peng Liyuan is the first prominent Chinese first lady in decades. But does she matter?
It’s safer than sex.
Venezuela’s upcoming election features a young challenger against Hugo Chávez’s appointed successor -- who’s doing everything in his power to make the race about his dead boss.
Was it the dirty war, the social conservatism, or both?
As the country's National Dialogue kicks off this week, hope is in short supply.
The Muslim Brotherhood may have the votes -- for now -- but Egypt is a ship without a rudder.
Could Boris Johnson actually end up as Britain's prime minister?
Can the newly appointed opposition prime minister form an interim government that Syrians can get behind?
Ten years after the Iraq war, almost everything in this country -- from security to its place in the region -- is still in play.
In the war for the heart of northern Mali, the real fear isn’t al Qaeda, it’s the criminals and fundamentalists lurking just around the corner.
How the new pope has blessed the long suffering soccer fans of Argentina’s Club Atlético San Lorenzo.
What message is China's new leader sending with his first overseas trip?