An unexpected election result suggests why India may be the next economic superpower.
Brain-booster drugs erode what it means to be human.
Peace for this island nation needs more foreign leaders speaking out.
Washington must reconnect with Iraqi religious leaders.
A House climate-change bill is watered down as its price goes up. Is that leadership?
Gains among women in Muslim nations, while still uneven, are important to recognize.
His economic team forces a transparency on troubled banks that needs to be permanent.
Islamabad must be accountable to people fleeing the Swat Valley region.
For a friendly foreign leader, a visit to the White House can be a visit to the woodshed.
Advocates of next-gen cars need to remember that there's no free lunch.
Incoming president Jacob Zuma must improve the record of his predecessor in spreading democracy and prosperity in Africa.
Justice must be blind, not partisan. The Supreme Court can't be another political battleground.
Obama has had to learn not to do political favors in business.
Washington looks to be heading toward one-party rule. It needs a tempering middle.
Misguided teens who send racy pictures between cellphones should not be charged under child pornography laws.
Fear of an epidemic must not be allowed to become contagious.
Zardari learns how not to deal with jihadists while the US weighs how to play the bully.
In elections, the opposition chipped away at ANC dominance.
Greeting Chávez with a smile does not mean the US is weak.
EPA's ambivalence in acting on its own ruling on global warming reveals the difficult ethical dilemmas.