On July 1, Mexico will hold elections for president and for the 128 seat Senate and 500 seat Chamber of Deputies.
Leaders of the Group of 8 countries of the world's largest economies are meeting at Camp David, Maryland, to begin talks on the global financial crisis.
Jim Yong Kim, the Korean-American president of Dartmouth College picked to lead the World Bank by President Obama, was confirmed today by a vote of the institution's 25-member executive board.
Portugal has become the first European country to approve the European Union's fiscal compact, known to critics as the "permanent austerity" treaty.
The squeeze on incomes for the 99% comes as the flow of euro-millions to Germany's 1% has been getting considerably more generous over the same period.
A long-awaited and controversial trade pact between the U.S. and the Republic of Korea came into effect on March 15.
French voters responded positively to the proposal, with recent polls showing a slight uptick in support for Hollande. The prospects of passing such tax-the-rich legislation will depend on parliamentary elections,.
Cuban Council of State Vice President Marino Murillo Jorge journeyed to Beijing in late February for a "working visit."
There is growing concern that Canada is rapidly becoming a petro-state. And in this shift, manufacturing jobs are disappearing.
France elects a new president on April 22, with a runoff possible on May 6. As this date approaches, it would appear that incumbent president Nicolas Sarkozy is going to have trouble holding on to power.