Iran's new President, Hassan Rouhani, has initiated a possibly constructive dialogue with President Obama.
Amid declining living standards and a terrible security situation, Hondurans go to the polls on Nov. 24 to elect a new president, national legislature, and local officials.
On August 20, the government of the Czech Republic's caretaker Prime Minister, Jiri Rusnok, fell when a majority of the lower house of Parliament voted to dissolve itself.
It is now fashionable to say that "the two-state solution is dead." Why dead? How dead?
Issues that fueled the May and June protests are hardly a laughing matter, and they are not about to quietly disappear.
U.S. options for military intervention in Syria would cost "billions" and require massive commitments of troops, plus planes, ships, submarines, and other equipment.
July 6 interview with Salah Adli, the General Secretary of the Egyptian Communist Party.
It is not unlike Sherlock Holmes and the dog that didn't bark. And like Holmes, start with the facts.
The election of Hassan Rouhani as president of Iran was welcomed by thousands coming onto the streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities.
The Obama administration's announcement last week that it would start direct military aid to Syrian rebels is a dangerous step in the wrong direction.