A WikiLeaks cable written three months before the takeover of the US Embassy in Tehran is at times insightful and at times sweeping in its condescension about the 'Persian psyche.'
While visiting his former hometown of Jakarta, Indonesia, President Obama focused his speech Wednesday on development, democracy, and religious tolerance while sprinkling his delivery with cultural references.
Young people aren't really "going to the dogs." With their upbeat, service-oriented drive to help others, Millennials give this flawed age an important counter-force for progress.
The planned Koran burning in Florida could provoke a response in the Muslim world like that in 2006 to a Danish cartoon of the prophet Mohammad. A correspondent remembers the scene in Kabul at that time.
One battle in the other Afghanistan war: How a mismanaged $60 million USAID project alienated those it aimed to help.
Retired U.S. National Park Service workers formed Global Parks to share their expertise abroad.
A writer dedicates a memoir to his lost religious faith – and the father who inspired it.
Facing high unemployment, millennials draw resilience from flexible goals, tech savvy, and parental cushions. Will these supports help them emerge strong from the economic downturn?
Looking ahead, here's a list of some of the most anticipated titles of the first quarter of the new year.