Some are criticizing the president's determination to engage Iran on its nuclear program amid a brutal government crackdown in the aftermath of what many say is massive election fraud.
A new survey finds President Obama enjoys an international approval rating of 61 percent, proving he isn’t just an American favorite.
He dismisses Ahmadinejad's accusation that US meddled in Iranian politics and must apologize.
The German chancellor, who visits the White House Friday, has criticized Obama's fiscal policies and refused to substantially increase troop levels in Afghanistan.
If US president is too supportive of protests, he turns them into a 'Western plot,' say analysts.
After Sarkozy's speech, France divided over prospect of ban.
On visits to the US, Europe, and Scandinavia, Morgan Tsvangirai asks for more aid – and says progress is being made.
Will adding $9 trillion to the deficit become a political liability for Democrats in 2010 midterm elections?
On his recent European tour, Tibet's exiled leader preached compassion, but expressed frustration over 'lies and hypocrisy' from Beijing