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South African President Jacob Zuma was heavily booed at Nelson Mandela’s funeral.
Traveling to Israel from the U.S., it’s the little differences.
What America may be losing in the 21st century is its ability to choose when it wants to assume the point position of world affairs.
The scenes from Ukraine have been inspiring but its future remains fraught.
The NSA doesn't collect content of conversations it gathers unless the participants are tied to terrorist activities.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the populist religious movement of expatriate cleric Fethullah Gulen are vying for control of Turkey.
When the world hears American leader after leader, make claims of victory and success year after year they can’t help but lose faith in the word of our country.
The world would be a lot better place if leaders lived up to Nelson’s Mandela’s legacy.
A new Pew poll gives neo-isolationists hope leadership can turn U.S. sentiment around.
Like South Africa's Nelson Mandela, China's Liu Xiaobo is imprisoned for displeasing his country's rulers.