A court in military-ruled Myanmar sentenced democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday to 18 months under house arrest for allowing an uninvited American to stay at her home.
Delivering a much-anticipated address in Cairo Thursday, President Barack Obama called for a "new beginning between the United States and Muslims" that can reframe the debate on the fight against violent extremism and other key issues.
Analysts discuss Thailand's political road ahead after the government revoked the passport of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
NewsHour special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on how a scarcity of water and high supply costs are hindering efforts to improve Nigeria's food supply.
Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks and historians offer their views on President Barack Obama's landmark inauguration and his promise for a new era of responsibility.
The election of Democratic Sen. Barack Obama presents a new chapter in American history. After a look at how Americans across the country are reacting to the news, a panel of historians discusses the significance of the nation's first black…
The politics of modern Thailand appear to be proof of Winston Churchill's adage that democracy is the worst form of government except for all the others.
After a decade-long civil war that left about 13,000 people dead ended in 2006, Nepal has reached a milestone in its peace process even though it is being guided by the same man who led the insurgency.
Iraq and the United States are negotiating terms for a continued U.S. presence there once a U.N. mandate expires at the end of 2008, but quarrels over troop levels have led to an impasse. A reporter outlines the ongoing negotiations,…
Guest essayist Scott McMillion of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and the Montana Quarterly reflects on voting in Montana.
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