The summer of 2012 has been one of heat, drought, rising food costs and global unrest.
The still-disputed July 1 election provided new momentum to end the drug war—but a shift in US policy is needed to truly bring that about.
In Andalusia, they’re fighting unemployment and austerity with flamenco protests, house squatting and a reinvigorated leftist coalition.
Europeans are not fighting as one in their pushback against austerity measures.
How a confrontation is shaping up between the US/NATO and the BRICS.
Socialist François Hollande defeated Sarko in the first-round vote. But the real victor may be National Front leader Marine Le Pen, now primed to play kingmaker.
What makes +972 such a unique magazine with an extraordinary ability to shake up conventional ideas about Israel and Palestine?
The prosperous, urban middle-class—those who benefit from the government’s policies—have revolted against it. If even they don’t support the existing order, what future does it have?
Angered by tainted parliamentary elections, thousands of Russians have taken to the streets.
On a recent visit to Gaza, officials from both factions told me they are ready to accept the results of new elections, win or lose.