As president heads to France, Europeans ask how best to respond to an ally that is suddenly sending all the signals it has hoped for.
From crawling on the carpet with Ronald Reagan to sipping tea with the Che Guevara of Afghanistan, former staffers recount stories as the Monitor transitions to new formats.
Nancy Traversy took on the big chain-store dragons to rule her own realm – Barefoot Books for children.
Three aid workers were kidnapped this week, while others express concern about the health of the 1.1 million Darfuris left without assistance.
One year after ethnic violence tore the African nation apart, the coalition government is moving slowly – or not at all – to address the problems.
A new road between two villages becomes a vehicle for reconciliation after last year's violence.
Hassan al-Turabi had called for President Bashir to surrender to the International Criminal Court on war-crimes charges.
Rebel leaders Issa Sesay, Morris Kallon, and Augustine Gbao were found guilty Wednesday on more than a dozen counts each of crimes against humanity.