A look back at the pivot to Asia, the reset with Russia, Obama's deal with Iran and the war in Libya.
Beijing had left daylight with Moscow on U.N. vote on Syria, but suddenly shifted course and stymied U.S. goals after the president-elect’s weekend antics.
It’s not great.
"Playtime is over," she announced.
Ghana's elections seemed to be going smoothly. Then the results started coming in.
When my husband was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in September 2003, after almost a decade of service, he had no job, no health insurance and a 16 month old son.
Police say civilian was killed by a stray live round in Arwani village during protests that followed a gun battle.
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New leader Shavkat Mirziyoyev has Uzbekistan's people wondering if the hard-line rule under Islam Karimov will change.
Moscow targets EU's biggest economy with disinformation campaign and hacking ahead of 2017 election, Germany says.
Many worry far-right AfD party could "be a spoiler and create instability," even if it can't topple Angela Merkel
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said a victory Aleppo will be a "huge step" toward the end of the civil war. Independent journalist Anna Day has covered the war in Syria extensively and joined CBSN from Beirut, Lebanon
The mood is festive in the Russian capital, and expectations are high that Donald Trump's elections may turn a new page in the difficult relationship between Moscow and Washington. The death spiral of US-Russian ties stretches back through the Barack Obama years to George W. Show More Summary
Benjamin Schreer Security, Asia That could mean big problems for allies. President-elect Donald Trump’s stunning phone call with Taiwan’s president Tsai Ing-wen has overturned decades of US diplomatic protocol when it comes to the thorny cross-Strait issue. Show More Summary
Sebastien Roblin Security, Japan’s midget submarine attack on Pearl Harbor was a suicide mission. On Dec. 7, 1941, the aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy rained devastation upon the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. But Japanese...Show More Summary
Robert C. O'Brien Security, Europe He was accused of undermining our alliances—but they've started to pay up. Since the founding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the United States has carried a disproportionate share of the burden for defending the West. Show More Summary
Prateek Joshi Security, Asia There's a reason why Pakistan's nuclear missiles are named after medieval invaders who plundered the Indian subcontinent. The nuclear doctrines of India and Pakistan have more or less clearly defined contours, especially in the event of an Indo-Pak conflict. Show More Summary
The street children appear suddenly. Some emerge from the tall grass; others hop over a crumbling wall. Soon dozens of homeless kids and teenagers have assembled on the steps of an old, unused open-air stadium in Bangui, the capital city of the Central African Republic (CAR). Show More Summary
If Donald Trump pushes China too far on Taiwan, its leaders may feel they have no choice but to respond.
Israel’s defense minister said Wednesday that Israel is making efforts to prevent Lebanese Shiite militant group Hezbollah from obtaining chemical weapons. In doing so, Avigdor Lieberman appeared to suggest there is truth to reportsShow More Summary