Is the U.S.-backed anti-drug war in Colombia really a success worth replicating in Afghanistan?
As Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel team up to conquer the eurozone crisis, we imagine what it's like on the inside of Europe's most enviable friendship.
Who did Condoleezza Rice loathe -- and love? The former secretary of state dishes in her new book on everyone from Dick Cheney to Muammar al-Qaddafi.
Exclusive: The secret photo albums of Muammar al-Qaddafi offer a rare look at the colonel's guns and ammo.
South Africa was once celebrated as a champion for human rights. So why are Mandela's heirs engaging with some of the world's most dubious characters?
Are Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev breaking up or just trading places?
Brazil may be rising, but in Rio's favelas, drugs, crime, and killing are a way of life. A Hipstamatic tour -- deep inside the gritty, gang-ridden streets -- where few outsiders dare to tread.
The Arab Spring takes photojournalist Kate Brooks to Cairo to witness the protests that toppled President Hosni Mubarak. She then heads to Libya, where the rebel forces were fighting a seesaw battle with Muammar al-Qaddafi's forces along the coastal highway in the east. This is the final installment of a three-part series that features her work from Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt, and Libya.
Photojournalist Kate Brooks spent the decade after 9/11 photographing the U.S. military struggles and political upheaval in the Greater Middle East. The following collection is from her time in Iraq in 2003-2004. This is the second installment of a three-part series that features her work from Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt, and Libya.
The aftermath of the 9/11 attacks took photojournalist Kate Brooks to Afghanistan and Pakistan to cover the fall of the Taliban. These are her images of the Afghans whom she met during her journey and the slow-motion descent into civil war that has played out over the past decade.
The world needs infrastructure -- and if the West doesn't take advantage of that need, China definitely will.
Ali Farzat, one of the Arab world's most famous satirists, was assaulted on the streets of Damascus today. Here are some of the drawings that landed him in the hospital.
The long-lost propaganda posters that rallied the Soviets against Hitler.
Thirty-two years after the fall of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodia finally confronts its horrific past.
Images of Sudan and its people on the eve of the country's division.