The land-grab in Sudan's Abyei region serves no one, not even dictator Bashir who instigated it.
05/31/2011 05:28 pm
The South African leader is going to bat for Muammar Qaddafi after a bad couple of weeks for the Libyan strongman.
05/31/2011 04:11 pm
Assad's conciliatory gesture is unlikely to halt the momentum of Syria's opposition, which is meeting in Turkey to discuss a transition to democracy.
05/31/2011 03:29 pm
Ratko Mladic's extradition to The Hague Tuesday to face 11 counts of war crimes in Bosnia reflects a growing acceptance of seeking justice in global courts instead of the battlefield.
05/31/2011 02:46 pm
While its neighbors are in turmoil, Lebanon has endured with relative calm throughout this Arab Spring. What's Lebanon's secret?
05/31/2011 11:28 am
European leaders warmed to President Obama's emphasis on pragmatism and mutual values. Playing ping-pong and visiting Moneygall, Ireland, didn't hurt his popular image, either.
05/30/2011 11:00 am
Whether you're on the beach, in the airport, or staying in your own backyard, there's nothing like the perfect novel to round out your summer vacation. Here are a handful of very attractive titles appearing this summer.
05/29/2011 02:00 pm
It's a contradiction. Qatar, the Gulf country which sits atop a huge natural gas field, is ruled firmly as a monarchy. And yet it has become a strong advocate of democracy in the Arab Spring.
05/27/2011 06:29 pm
Egyptian protesters see a need to keep pressure on the country's interim military rulers, but some warn that their impatience could thwart their ultimate goals.
05/27/2011 05:39 pm
Although South Africa has a strong human rights record within the country, its foreign policy record is less exemplary, Human Rights Watch says.
05/27/2011 03:02 pm