Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports from the border of South Sudan on a flood of refugees who fled to escaped the violence, only to encounter grim conditions in camps on the Sudanese border.
After the devastating air crash that killed Poland's president and many other top officials, Ray Suarez talks to the country's foreign minister, Radoslaw Sikorski, about receiving the tragic news, the country's political future and emerging international relations challenges.
Three top candidates for prime minister in Britain's tightly contested parliamentary election shared the stage to discuss foreign policy in the second of three televised political debates. Simon Marks reports from London on the political footing for the three parties…
By Larisa Epatko
The United States is heading into a deeper war in Afghanistan/Pakistan and toward a confrontation with Iran, two stories that will likely top the international news agenda for the NewsHour in 2010.
The Mumbai terror attacks and this month's Gaza conflict have highlighted the many foreign policy issues President-elect Barack Obama will face as soon as he takes office. Columnists discuss how the president-elect and his team may prioritize the problems.
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