Articles By Jacey Fortin
It's a sign of good times in the Eastern Hemisphere: beer is becoming more and more popular in Asia.
In his first speech in front of the League of Arab Nations on Wednesday, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi called on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down.
The United States is getting ready to finalize a deal for $1 billion in debt relief for Egypt, a move that could set a new tone for Egypt-U.S. relations.
India and China will resume joint military exercises in an effort to strengthen the shaky relationship between the two most populous countries on Earth.
Friday's verdict in favor of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich closes a case that has brought to (some) light the shady underworld of Russian capitalism during the 1990s.
As Great Britain struggles to escape its years-long recession, should the wealthy pay more taxes? The Deputy Prime Minister has spoken up to put the controversial issue on the table.
Pakistani Christians are seeking greater autonomy in the face of hostility, but their movement for a new province is unlikely to succeed.
Preeminent French author Richard Millet has sparked controversy by writing that Anders Behinrg Breivik, the Norwegian mass murderer, "is exactly what Norway deserves."
One of Africa's quietest dictators will be put to the test when the southern African country of Angola goes to the polls on Friday.
Female agricultural workers do not produce as much as their male counterparts in Africa, but fixing that problem could have a major impact in food shortages across the continent.