French President Sarkozy is showing his "desperation" ahead of Sunday's first round of the French presidential election with polls showing Socialist candidate François Hollande continuing his lead over the current president.
This UN doctrine seems to directly channel Marx and Engel's scribe of 1848, "The Communist Manifesto," wherein its' organizational and operational structure appears to largely be a paraphrasical equivalent to the 10 short-term demands Marx prescr
The macaws caw. Then the frogs chuckle. Next, the howler monkeys howl a message that is conveyed from tree to tree. Everyone takes their turn.
Ecuador says it has a vineyard on the equator, while a Napa Valley vintner will oversee Costa Rica’s first wine venture
Heavily armed group swipes eggs of endangered species, just before hatching.
Hemispheric meeting ended without final declaration but leaders discussed thorny issues.
Brazilian authorities investigate targeting of anthropologist studying land conflict.
Emigrants sent 6 percent more home last year.
Indigenous march demands an end to evictions and environmentally unsound mining projects.
On the 50th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs invasion, the National Security Archive filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit for the release of a five-volume CIA history of the Bay of Pigs affair.
Young Bollywood actress Meenakshi Thapar was allegedly kidnapped and beheaded by two struggling actors in attempt to extort £20,000 from her family.
Worldwide military spending held strong at $1.7 trillion dollars in 2011, despite the lingering global financial crisis. With US arms spending on the slide, Russia and China are on the rise.
Spain has threatened retaliation against Argentina over the forced nationalisation of oil firm YPF, raising the prospects of a trade war between the nations.
Egypt’s presidential electoral commission on Tuesday permanently disqualified 10 candidates, including three front-runners, upending the contest just weeks before the vote and drawing accusations that the pillars of the Hosni Mubarak regime are still
Israel systematically wages war on rule of law principles, truth, equity, justice, and other democratic values.
The same criminal mega banks that pulled off the banker bailout heist are set to run an even bigger scam.
The folks over at the National Post just prepared this great infographic mapping the world's religions and where their followers are.
The Koch-Cato Power Opera - Cop Corruption Is Out of Control - Obey or Die Paul Craig Roberts on the US rule of law
These days, it's common to hear of young bankers jetting off to work in Asia to grab a piece of the action on the other side of the world.
Conservatives in Guatemala and Colombia are pushing for a new approach to the drug war at the Summit of the Americas.
Voters choosing between veterans of fight for independence in runoff ballot to elect successor to Jose Ramos-Horta.
President among 260 civilian officials no longer subject to restrictions, but measures still in place against army.
Argentina's Kirchner walks out as summit unravels amid differences between US and Latin America over Cuba and Falklands.
He’s behind a bomb-and-shooting massacre that killed 77 people, he admits to the acts, but pleads not guilty to criminal charges.
Just as in the US, the establishment hand picks the presidential candidates in “post-revolutionary” Egypt.
At the Institute for New Economic Thinking conference in Berlin, economist Joe Stiglitz delivered a presentation titled Is Mercantilism Doomed to Fail? China, Germany, and Japan and the Exhaustion of Debtor Countries.
The World Bank is expected to announce its next president on Monday, and for the first time ever, it's got a competition on its hands.
Three top contenders for Egypt's presidency were scrambling to stay in the election race on Sunday after the authorities disqualified them on technical grounds, prompting one to say that a "major crisis" threatened the landmark vote.
Israel’s prime minister complained Sunday that six big world powers had given Iran "a freebie" in a new agreement that permits Tehran to enter negotiations about its disputed nuclear program May 23 without first halting enrichment of uranium that cou
Dozens of international pro-Palestinian activists have been refused entry into Israel in a large-scale security operation that ensured a high profile for the protesters' attempted show of solidarity with the people of the West Bank.