The nephew of exiled Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng was tried on Friday and sentenced to three years and three months in prison on charges related to a clash with local officials
In a wide-ranging interview, Mexico’s President-elect lays out a vision for curbing narco-violence, unleashing economic growth, reforming his once dictatorial party and regaining his country’s international stature.
The country’s Marxist guerrillas have pledged to stop shooting as peace talks with the government get underway—but in Colombia, nothing is ever that simple.
South Korea’s growing multiculturalism prompts the country to redefine Koreanness, China is the world’s top importer of illegal timber and Burmese Buddhists call for the country’s Muslims to be put into camps.
The factors that have lined up support for Abbas’ bid — and how winning will affect relations between the Palestinians and the Israelis
There are those who believe Mohamed Morsi will be an enforcer of the Muslim Brotherhood’s strict doctrines. And those who feel he is a moderating force
Documents released by the hacker group Anonymous appear to reveal previously unknown shipments of repaired helicopter gunships from Russia to Syria
Homemade guns have been bought and sold across India for decades, but a string of murders has brought fresh attention to the problem
Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi: Peacemaker, savior, tyrant?
The U.N. general assembly vote on Palestinian member status, the number of new HIV/AIDS cases has jumped in China and Kosovo Prime Minister is acquitted for the second time at a U.N. war crimes tribunal.
We’re already seeing a return to Cold War era containment strategies as the relationship between the world’s two largest economies deteriorates, argues Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group and author of ‘Every Nation …