The question of Tibet — and exiled Tibetans — still looms large over India-China ties.
TIME’s South Asia bureau chief talks about how she reported on the steps being taken by the Indian government to provide employment opportunities for every one of the country’s 1.2 billion citizens
The seasons of discontent roll on in Southern Europe, as protesters in debt-ridden Spain, Greece, Italy and Portugal have taken to the streets in reaction to the continuing economic crisis paralyzing their societies
French President François Hollande reverses 51 years of official denial about the violent deaths of perhaps 200 people killed during a 1961 demonstration against the Algerian war
Images from Phnom Penh as Cambodians mourn the passing of former King Norodom Sihanouk
A year after Libya’s long-ruling despot Muammar Gaddafi was cornered and killed by rebel forces, questions remain over the nature of his death and its legacy for the fractious, fledgling Libyan state
On deck for Thursday: Uruguay approves first-trimester abortions, Egyptian doctors protest over the state of the country’s public health care, the E.U. and U.S. will start talks on a free trade deal in 2013, Colombian government officials and member of the rebel group FARC meet in Oslo, Australia and India begin talks on civil nuclear …
Record numbers set out for this month’s national holiday. Could the crowds signal that better times are coming?
The French say an intervention is a “matter of weeks” away — but what would it look like, and how may it backfire?
Raúl Castro’s decision this week to let Cubans travel freely outside their communist island is a reminder of the jaded cold-war policies Washington and Havana adopted after the 1962 U.S.-Soviet standoff
On deck for Wednesday: France claims an international military intervention in Mali is just weeks away, Japan closes in on China as the largest holder of U.S. debt, and could there be a ban on smoking in public coming to Russia?
Marxist ideas, which normally enjoy public celebration before major political events in the People’s Republic, have been curiously diminished on the eve of China’s once-in-a-decade leadership transition.
TIME talks to a specialist about the procedures the young girl is going through and the difficulties ahead as she attempts to rebuild her life