Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen's president, may be injured more critically than US officials originally thought, complicating the US response to increased instability in a key battleground in the war against al-Qaida.
06/07/2011 04:03 pm
With Yemeni violence persisting as President Saleh convalesces in Saudi Arabia, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recommended an immediate transition to a new government.
06/07/2011 09:39 am
More book clubs go global with Twitter.
06/02/2011 11:50 am
In Pictures Summer sequels 2011
Foreign corruption undermines development, US interests, and ultimately US security. The fight against foreign corruption and the success of US policy are linked. That's why the US needs to implement country reports on corruption to increase transparency and encourage change.
05/25/2011 01:31 pm
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Libya rebels reclaimed the Misurata airport yesterday. As they advance on the eastern oil town of Brega, Britain offered them several million dollars in aid and a London office.
05/12/2011 12:40 pm
The first Thailand election since 2007 will be held July 3. The chance for violent clashes has spurred academics and peace activists to propose a pre-election 'code of conduct.'
05/09/2011 12:29 pm
Despite the fact that four-wheel drive is no longer necessary to navigate Nairobi's roads, SUVs are an increasingly frequent sight on the streets.
04/22/2011 02:42 pm
Horse racing, a favorite pastime of Kenya's white elite in the colonial era, is struggling to make a comeback in post-colonial Nairobi.
04/05/2011 03:55 pm