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The quest to write the next great work of literature, 140 characters at a time.
How do you get from Christopher Columbus to Butterball by way of Constantinople? Just ask Ataturk.
They still see the U.S. as a beacon for democracy, while young urbanites prefer to channel Beijing's anger.
Colombia is closer than ever to ending its fight with leftist guerrillas. But is it about to let a few spoilers ruin everything?
It took at least 10 trucks to haul off Xu Caihou's accumulated booty.
With the Iran talks coming down to the wire, the administration is bringing former White House aide Jake Sullivan back from Yale to help sell Congress on a potential nuclear deal.
Sophisticated new weapons are arriving in the contested battlefields of eastern Ukraine, signalling that a dangerous new phase of conflict may be underway.
Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said, the man who built modern, moderate Oman, may be on his deathbed. Omanis hope for the best and fear what could come next.
Despite the Obama-Xi handshake deal, the probability of confrontation will only heighten as long as the PLA remains a black box.
One year after Typhoon Haiyan wreaked havoc across the Philippines, the country is turning to illegal loggers to help bring one of its most important industries back from the brink.
Remembering the "glory days" of nudity, breast milk, and recycling 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
A week of news the West missed from the world's most populous nation.
Asian countries are wary about Beijing's growing power, and happy that America's made a forceful stand in the region. But China still brings home the bacon.
Shiites mark Ashura; Russian soldiers prepare for a parade; and a debutante ball in London.
Three reasons why President Obama isn't about to be a second-term foreign policy free-ranger.
Defeating he terrorist army in Iraq and Syria may not be enough to prevent the Islamic State from replacing al Qaeda as the world's most dangerous militant group.
The U.S. military takes out terrorist leaders around the world, but it's been unable to cut the head off of the Islamic State.
Don’t kid yourselves; from the Islamic State to Ukraine to Iran, foreign policy mattered in Tuesday's elections.
The leader, who, for decades, avoided the uprisings that dislodged neighboring strongmen from power, finally met his political end.
Who are the Umbrella Movement protesters remaining on the streets of Hong Kong?