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.
01/14/2010 01:22 pm
Less ideological than Bush, Barack Obama pursues a more traditional approach to foreign affairs, marked by a narrower definition of US interests.
01/14/2010 01:13 pm
Two days after the Haiti earthquake, outside help has started to pour into Port-au-Prince as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the death toll may be in 'tens of thousands.' A US carrier is steaming toward Haiti, and British, Brazilian, Chinese, and other aid teams are already on the ground.
01/14/2010 10:08 am
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.
01/14/2010 06:53 am
The US response to the Haiti earthquake will be important for America's – and President Obama's – image in the region.
01/13/2010 05:47 pm
There's huge potential but also massive challenges if Google stays in China.
01/13/2010 04:53 pm
Hackers in China are attacking US companies like Google with 'professional quality, organization, and discipline' – raising the specter that the government is involved in the cyber attacks.
01/13/2010 03:54 pm
Google says cyber attacks originating in China targeted 'our corporate infrastructure.' Cyber attacks from China have hit a number of US industries, leading some experts to suggest that the Chinese government could be involved.
01/13/2010 03:09 pm
Feng Zhenghu, the activist stuck at a Japanese airport, is igniting hope to other exiled Chinese.
01/13/2010 09:35 am
Since launching in 2006, Google’s China search engine has struggled to attract users. Homegrown competitor Baidu enjoys twice the US firm's market share.
01/13/2010 09:24 am