Regions / Africa
The indictment of the Sudanese president is a strategic opportunity to bring peace to the country.
France's imperial footprint in Africa is large and not shrinking any time soon.
The breach between the Bank's rhetoric on diversity and its practices means that it barely employs any black American in its professional grades.
With the food crisis still a fresh memory, land-poor countries are staking huge claims to arable land in the Global South.
Dance/movement therapy can help child soldiers deal with trauma and postwar reconciliation.
It's not terrorism or trade that matters most in the Maghreb, but self-determination for the Sahrawis of Western Sahara.
The international community has promised assistance to refugees in Congo. But not much has reached them.
Guest columnist Khadija Sharife looks at the economic skeletons in the South African closet
He's better than his predecessor, but whether he's adding to an already gargantuan Pentagon budget or sending more troops to Afghanistan, Obama has maintained some disturbing continuities with Bush-era policies.
Barack Obama is the president of the United States. But many people around the world view him as their president too.