At long last, this may be the year Washington puts the brakes on Israeli settlement expansion into Palestinian lands.
Morsi's latest power play has sparked the largest uprisings in Egypt since Mubarak was ousted.
Seven people are dead and more than 670 were injured in the violence, as several officials resign in protest.
The tangled diplomacy over UN recognition seemed to affirm that Hamas’s defiance pays greater dividends than the Palestinian Authority’s conciliation.
The newly elected Egyptian president, at the center of cease-fire talks between Hamas and Israel, is under heavy domestic and international pressure from all sides.
The reverend sat down with The Nation to talk about his humanitarian trip to Africa and poverty in America.
Surprisingly, the United States seems pleased that Putin wants to reposition Russia as a major Asian power.
Obama’s “Smart Power’ foreign policy not smart at all.
With a new SEC regulation, no longer will big oil and mining companies be able to hide under-the-table payments to crooked Third World governments.
How an American disaster paved the way for Big Oil’s rise—and possible fall—in Iraq.