The day after President Obama's historic trip to Ghana, analysts find few concrete details about future policy shifts.
President Obama arrives in Ghana this weekend, but China's booming Africa presence may mean that he'll have less leverage to advance US interests than his predecessors.
As rich countries snap up farmland in developing world, calls grow for regulation to prevent what many see as neocolonial behavior.
Saudi Arabia has cut several deals, most recently in Tanzania
The former dictator was afraid of looking weak to Iran, according to newly declassified interviews he had with an FBI agent.
When two sisters leave Ireland for New York in the 1950s, nothing turns out as they expect.
The decision by Mercy Corps, Care, and others to go back to Sudan's troubled region after being kicked out in March opens fresh debate over how to deliver aid to people living under oppressive regimes.
As Zimbabwe's Prime Minister embarks for Europe and the US to ask for more aid, Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir – who is wanted for war crimes – was hosted by Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.