Jeff Gasana's goal is to make his award-winning company the leading cellphone-banking service in East Africa.
The region's democracies need to be defended, as does US nurturing of liberty
The effort plays out in local courts as well as camps that teach the culture of a 'new' Rwanda.
In this nontraditional memoir, novelist Paule Marshall explores the rich material that fueled her five decades of work.
Longtime Washington inside Leslie H. Gelb prescribes common sense as the antidote to US foreign policy blunders.
Michael Misick resigned as prime minister of the Caribbean island on Mar. 23 amid corruption allegations. He calls Britain's return to direct rule 'modern-day colonialism.'
The US will try to reform the council – some of whose members shield human rights violators – from within, officials said.
Do international adoptions offer better lives for orphans? Judge delays ruling on pop singer's adoption application until Friday.