A look at the Western villages and monuments that are popping up all over China.
Once again, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has descended into chaos.
Photos from the first North American retrospective of China's most famous dissident artist, Ai Weiwei.
FP's Global Thinkers weigh in on the year gone by and what's on the horizon for 2013.
Israel strikes back at Gaza, China picks a new leader, and Southeast Asia readies itself for Obama's visit.
What to wear when you're climbing the Chinese leadership ladder.
Four more years for Obama, austerity protests blaze across Greece, and China's 18th Party Congress begins.
In 10 years under Hu Jintao, China has changed to an extent unprecedented in history.
Hurricane Sandy slams New York, Syrian air strikes pummel Aleppo, and Big Ben grows a mustache.
What happened the last time America got bogged down in North Africa.
The following are photographs taken by Jenan Moussa of Dubai's Al-Aan TV and freelance journalist Harald Doornbos at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, for their article, "'Troubling' Surveillance Before Benghazi Attack."
Hurricane Sandy was devastating by any measure, but beleaguered New Yorkers can take comfort: It could have been worse.
Obama and Romney finally tackle foreign policy, Muslims journey to Mecca, and Benghazi celebrates a year without Qaddafi.
Fourteen of the best images of Hillary Clinton as she celebrates her 65th birthday.
Artist Ahmed Mater returns to Islam's holiest site to capture the enormous changes as modernity meets tradition.
Millions of Muslims from around the world begin the hajj -- a journey to the holy city of Mecca.
Is China's leader-in-waiting the jolliest functionary in the People's Republic?
Obama and Romney point fingers, a bombing rocks Beirut, and casualties mount as the war in Syria rages on.