Iran claimed a test firing of its most advanced missiles Monday, further stoking diplomatic tensions ahead of crucial talks this week between the Islamic nation and world powers over its nuclear program.
By Larisa Epatko
BERLIN -- As German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives work out final details with coalition partner the Free Democrats, analysts foresee few major foreign policy shifts in the new government and therefore little upheaval in relations with the U.S.
By Larisa Epatko
BERLIN -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel claimed victory for a new center-right government Sunday after elections propelled her Christian Democratic Union party and the pro-business Free Democrats to a majority.
By Tom LeGro
Iran has revealed the existence of a secret uranium-enrichment plant, the International Atomic Energy Agency said Friday, a development that could heighten fears about Tehran's ability to produce a nuclear weapon.
World leaders plan to announce Friday the Group of 20 will replace the Group of Eight as the main forum for coordinating global economic policy, a reflection of the increasing importance of fast-growing economies such as Brazil, China, and India.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with economic experts Simon Johnson and Eswar Prasad about the next moves for the G-20 and its members a year after the global economic crisis began.
Amid the G-20 and U.N. summits, former President Bill Clinton's foundation brought together big names from both the private and public sectors to tackle major issues.
Editor’s note: In anticipation of the G-20 summit that begins today in Pittsburgh, Paul’s segment last night took a look at how the world’s economies are faring a year into the financial crisis. Along the way, he gets some global…
As the leaders of the G-20 meet in Pittsburgh to discuss how to overhaul the global financial system, countries are calling for a wide spectrum of reforms. But a dramatic overhaul of how the global economy is run may be…
By Online DA
The financial crisis barreled through industrialized and developing nations, bruising once vital economies, and thrusting unhealthy ones further into decline. With G-20 leaders in Pittsburgh this week, here is a look at where their economies stand.
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