The outcome of events in Egypt and Iran has the potential to reshape the region for the coming century.
As winds of change blow across the Middle East from Tunisia to Egypt to Yemen it will be interesting to see if the flame of resistance is reignited on the streets of Iran.
The release of more than 250,000 U.S. diplomatic cables lifts the veil that cloaks the seemingly prim and proper world of international diplomacy.
Global warming and coral reefs; rape as an act of war; nuclear weapons, Russian labor laws and Venezuelan nationalization
On a eight-country tour, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez signed 69 agreements and said his country seeks to build a multi-polar world.
Obama's boldest statements came in relation to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, when he dismissed "cynics" who say a just peace is impossible.
The International Labor Organization issued a report August 12 indicating that at the end of 2009 81 million people between 15 and 24 years of age were unemployed, up from 11.9 percent in 2007 to 13 percent last year.
Hunger strikers in Iran's notorious Evin Prison are approaching their third week without food in protest at being transferred to solitary confinement, inhuman prison conditions and violent treatment.
The passing of the anniversary of the June 12, 2009, election, which returned Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to office, has been marked by intensification of the crackdown on opposition voices in Iran.
With mass protests expected on June 12, the anniversary of last year's fraudulent election, it's important to understand the regime's anti-popular roots and intentions.