Look beyond the cage. The problems facing Hosni Mubarak’s trial lie elsewhere.
How did the country that taught the world good governance become so corrupt?
They may be cheering for democracy, but for most countries affected by the Arab Spring the economic news will have them crying.
Britain's press is sensationalistic, sloppy, and scandal-prone -- and America would be lucky to have one like it.
After more than three decades of targeted killings, is there anyone left alive who can actually run Afghanistan?
The Taliban is taking credit for assassinating the Afghan president's powerful brother. But a personal feud seems more likely.
From whiskey to nuclear secrets, North Korea plays a remarkably entrepreneurial role in international affairs for a Communist regime.
From blatant bribery in India to Hugo Chávez’s war on Domino’s pizza, here are the highlights from the last four months of the secret State Department cables.
The developing world can do fine without more regulation, thank you very much. In fact, it can do better.
The secret WikiLeaks cables that explain how Thailand went from paradise to political mayhem.
Like all good multinational businesses, they've diversified.
Citizens of the Democratic Republic of the Congo believe there's hope for their war-torn country even if no one else does -- and their optimism is starting to get results.
*And why it matters today in a new age of revolution.
Colombia's former president tells FP how his country came back from the brink, why he's staying in politics, and why it's dangerous (but worth it) to be on Twitter.
Even from the streets of Damascus, it's hard to tell whether Syrian President Bashar al-Assad or the country's determined opposition is winning the battle for the silent majority.
How a World Bank program helped displace tens of thousands of urban poor.
Why India's problems are too broad for even a Jasmine Revolution to root out.
Can the Pakistani government's web of deceit survive the death of Osama bin Laden?
Why we should spend less time worrying about what people in developing countries think about government corruption, and more time looking at everything else.
How crooked officials pulled off a massive scam, spent millions on Dubai real estate, and killed my partner when he tried to expose them.
Nigeria is cheering its first legitimate and internationally praised election. But violent protests in the north make it clear just how divided the country still is.