In what was likely his last appearance before the U.N. General Assembly, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad bowed out with a whimper
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton envisions a future shaped by pragmatism, collaboration and shared values
TIME speaks to former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed as he resumes his battle for the political future of the archipelago nation
The legacy of the war in Afghanistan will be about much more than the attacks of 9/11 and the defeat of Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda
Though you wouldn’t guess it in an election year, the rest of the world increasingly does not need American leadership to guide the way.
In the world’s largest democracy, recent fears of pogroms and ethnic violence have highlighted just how fractious and febrile India’s social makeup is.
TIME looks at a number of Syria’s most famous medieval fortresses, some of which are nearly a millennium old.
TIME speaks with Alison Klayman, the young American director of a recently released documentary about Ai Weiwei, China’s high-profile dissident artist
As Syrian government forces and rebels clash in Aleppo, TIME takes a look at the history of this ancient, cosmopolitan city now locked in a state of war
While a real conversation over gun control in the U.S. is a domestic nonstarter, neighboring countries end up suffering from lax American laws
Is the Ivy League university’s satellite campus in the Southeast Asian city-state a diminution of Yale’s democratic underpinnings, or is the opposition to it an example of western moral superiority?
July 5 marks the 50th anniversary of Algeria’s independence from France — the latter had ruled the former as a colony since 1830. The bitter, eight-year-long war that paved the way for Algerian freedom is immortalized in …
Pakistan’s decision to reopen the overland supply routes into Afghanistan may be a slight boost for Washington-Islamabad ties, but there’s much more wrangling ahead as the U.S. steps up its plans to withdraw from Afghanistan by …