Report in le Monde detailing declassified intelligence reports suggest Toulouse killer Mohammed Merah had far more contacts with presumed radical allies than previously known–but security officials contend it doesn’t undermine …
The ‘systemic problem’ of uniformed Afghans attacking their American mentors raises questions about the viability of a bipartisan exit plan
Last week’s grisly slaughter of dozens of striking miners at the Marikana mine marks the slow unraveling of the South African government’s traditional basis of support
A naked Prince tests the new spirit of press restraint after the hacking scandal that shuttered Murdoch’s “News of the World”
A Russian President whose popularity is declining needs a ‘national idea’ to rationalize his rule. And it’s in the traditions of the pre-Soviet church-state relationship that he hopes to find it
A closer inspection of Greece’s austerity program, controversial take on U.S.-Pakistan relations and Mexico’s Supreme Court pleases human rights activists
The decision to help keep Assange out of Sweden shines light on Latin America’s problematic attitude toward rape
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.
American ideals versus interests in Ethiopia, Apple and Foxconn told to do more on labor conditions in Chinese factories and François Hollande faces criticism over treatment of the Roma
To the extent that the ANC becomes identified with injustice, rather than emancipation, the ruling party is in deep, deep trouble.