Rescuers in Port-au-Prince on Wednesday look under rubble and speak to a trapped survivor at the site of a four-story building collapse caused by the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday.
While Obama remains a ‘rock star’ in many countries, skeptics don’t see much tangible change in US policy.
Pledges of financial and material aid to Haiti continue to roll in from around the globe. A look at what nation's are doing to help.
Less ideological than Bush, Barack Obama pursues a more traditional approach to foreign affairs, marked by a narrower definition of US interests.
Beijing’s steely response Thursday to Google’s threat that it will leave China unless censorship stops contrasted with Chinese Internet users’ outpouring of support.
An attempt to break into Chinese activists’ Google Gmail accounts echoes last year’s massive Ghostnet attack, which spied on 1,000 computers worldwide. Both attacks originated in China and, some experts suspect, were linked to the government.
Google challenged China censorship rules Tuesday – saying it would stop filtering its search engine results or leave the country – after it uncovered a vicious cyberattack on human rights activists.
China tested emerging military technology that targets missiles mid-air. The test comes after China's public discontent over the US selling missiles to Taiwan last week.
Is China set to displace the US as the new global superpower?
North Korea repeated a longstanding call Monday for a peace treaty to replace the Korean War armistice, in an apparent bid to deal more closely with the US.