Sunday, a peculiar party of "Nerds and Slackers" held its party conference in Germany, in what could be another step on the way towards the establishment of a new political force.
The British elections results confirm that popular opinion in the UK is rapidly turning away from David Cameron and his ideology of Austerity.
After taking over Spain's YPF oil company, Argentina's president Cristina Fernandez is looking more and more like Hugo Chavez.
India Pakistan relation is in worst state and one can hardly conceive of their friendly relationship. But there are common areas which, when exploited, can weave good relationship between them.
We can't fight Al-Qaeda without killing the smaller terrorist groups which the group mentors.
The French presidential election is one of the most important in the country’s history, its affects will reach well beyond its borders and impact the economy and politics of the rest of the world
George Clooney has chosen to use his celebrity for good and become a global activist. His work around the work is commendable, and has started to reverse the selfish stereotype of movie stars.
Romney’s irresponsible rhetoric along with his neocon war-cabinet suggest that he's anxious to return America to a George W. Bush world of unilateral, shoot-from-the-hip foreign policy.
India has the second largest airline traffic growth in the world, but the nation's airlines are still failing. This faltering industry might be just the right place for Gulf airlines to expand.
175 released letters between Bin Laden and Islamic organizations reveal how OBL was a living legend in terror circles, but had lost his relevance in the years since 2001.
Republicans are accusing President Obama of politicizing the death of Osama bin Laden. But, if anybody should know anything about politicizing national security, it is them.
Fireworks were on full display during last night's French election debate. Frequently, this resembled marriage counseling, not a political debate.
Elections on Sunday could cloud the future of the EU's economic sustainability, rattling markets and even affecting the 2012 U.S. election.
I am thankful that the WTC will be rebuilt, and glad that bin Laden is at the bottom of the ocean. But, nothing will change what happened to the families of the 2,996 people who perished on 9/11.
Everyone claims that China is well on its way to surpassing the U.S., but a visit to the country proves just how wrong that theory is.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande face off Wednesday in the only debate of the 2012 presidential election. Follow along live.
One year after Bin Laden's death, militants continue to run wild in Pakistan, and the government's spy agencies are engaging in state-sponsored terrorism across the country.
The American dream is dying and Europe isn’t much better off. Israel is the only Western country to bring unemployment below pre-crisis figures: Washington should be taking notes.
KFC, Star Bucks coffee shops, and vibrant nightclubs. But, where's the war?
The recent protests in Malaysia, demonstrate that the ruling Barisan Nasional collation has lost legitimacy and must step down in favor of free, fair, and open elections.
Freedom of the press, although usually observed as an element of democracy, does
not have the same meaning everywhere in the world.
While Israeli settlement expansion in the West Bank is disconcerting, the settlements themselves should not be the reason to deny the opportunity to discuss peace.
If French political debates are like five-course meals, filled with delicious hors-d'oeuvre like foie-gras, American debates are like a cheap NY hot-dog stand.
The U.S. fell 27 points in freedom of the press rankings because of the arrests of journalists covering Occupy protests. We can't take the First Amendment for granted.
On May 2nd 2011, Obama sent a loud message to al-Qaeda and numerous other FTO's by ordering the Bin Laden raid. One year later I take a look at the discourse generated in response.