On Thursday November 16, the 18th Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) ended in Beijing with the election of a new team of party leaders.
Over the next four years the U.S. will face a number of foreign policy issues, most of them regional, some of them global.
On Tuesday, the United Nations General Assembly voted, for the twenty-second consecutive time, to condemn the United States' economic blockade against Cuba.
The headlines about the Petraeus affair in the Arab world this morning almost universally read something like "Lebanese woman brings down CIA."
Ahmed al-Jabari and another top Hamas official Mohammed al-Hams were killed during a wave of raids in retaliation for rockets fired into southern Israel.
On 9-10 November 1938, a series of coordinated attacks against Jews took place throughout Germany and parts of Austria, carried out by the SS elite military forces, the Hitler Youth, and neighborhood gangsters.
As Veterans Day in the United States approaches we will likely see a temporary increase in television programming focusing on the wars in which Americans have fought.
This bulletin is a mix of items - decent news, and not-big news.
The seizure in the Ghanaian port of Tema of an Argentine ship may serve as a warning of Mitt Romney's entanglement with sleazy "vulture fund capitalists."