Both Ecuador and Cyprus held their elections on Sunday. Here is a recap and analysis of the likely results in both countries.
An election in Iran will not bring about any sort of change, but will instead be a continuation of the power struggle between Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei.
The current French-led intervention in Mali might be commendable - but it is usurping an African-led mandate. Why can't France let Africa take care of its own business?
Kosovo celebrates its fifth year as an independent republic with a young (and unemployed) population, unused fertile soils and unexploited mineral resources that could be used for development.
Iran's reclusive Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, emerged Saturday to tell the world that Iran is not building a nuke — but who could stop them, anyhow?
Cuban newspaper 'Granma' published the photo of Chavez accompanied by his daughters, putting an end (for now) to rumors that 'El Comandante' was either dead or pretty close to it.
The world is concerned that Iran’s nuclear ambitions pose a threat to world peace. So why is North Korea virtually ignored?
We can cringe all we want at the reports of drone strikes, but their legality isn't the issue. It's America's militant foreign policy.
Silvio Berlusconi is back in the Italian elections — and he's running on a platform that could wreck not just Italy, but the entire EU. What will happen if he wins?
On the second anniversary of Bahrain's February 14th movement, the Obama-backed regime has murdered a 16 year old protester in the middle of reconciliation talks.
Tunisia riveted last Wednesday following the assassination of a prominent secularist leader, Chokri Belaid, shortly two years after its people overthrew the country's dictatorship.
Brazil may be known for popular tourist events like Carnival, but there is a dark side of the country the government is trying to address: rampant crime and corruption.
Claims that the Obama administration is anti-Israel simply do not pass the laugh test. In both words and in actions the administration has consistently shown unconditional support for Israel.
Testimony from Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Martin Dempsey confirms Obama was not very involved during last year's consulate attack in Libya.
Try as they might, the Chinese just can't make "year of the snake" as cute as they'd like to. Here are a few pictures from Chinese New Year in Hong Kong to give you a taste of how its being done.
The sequester was a self-made problem by Congress. Now this self-made problem with what was thought to be an assured solution will cut deeply into government spending, specifically the military.
If Israel and Iran really came to blows, which country would emerge from the ring with its gloves in the air, and which of the two would be down for the count?
When killing the most wanted terrorist in the world is rewarded by a living nightmare without a job, health insurance, or a military pension, something is very, very wrong in America.
President Obama will make his first visit to Israel in late March, and will discuss American-Israeli relations, especially concerning Palestine and Iran.
Given the recent uptick in sectarian violence, as well as growing Iranian influence in the country, it's time for the U.S. to become more deeply involved politically.
During one of the world's most famous celebrations, concerns about inflation, drought, and growth temper optimistic predictions for Brazil's economic near-future.
Was the test a success? Did it use plutonium or uranium? And how will China react?
North Korea has detonated a nuclear weapon in its third nuclear test, causing a 5.1 magnitude earthquake that sent tremors throughout the region.
The true goal of France’s intervention is not saving the Malians from terrorists, but securing French interests by stripping yet another third world country of its natural resources.
The Chinese government called for cutbacks in the usual new year fireworks fanfare as harrowing smog continues to linger over major cities.