The Russian leader most influenced foreign news this year.
“Those of us in his inner circle, of course, called him Nutella.“
The number of people worldwide subject to laws criminalizing homosexuality just doubled.
The South African leader remained a friend of fellow liberation leaders, even ones who’d been anything but.
This map illustrates the country’s deep division and why the protests might not be what you think.
When is it a show of respect and when is it appropriation?
A view of Kiev’s Independence Square from 130 feet.
Radioactive material is stolen or lost dozens of times every year. This map illuminates where it most often happens.
Who was he? How did he end apartheid? Why does it matter?
“If needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.“
The South African leader’s habit for breaking out in dance showed off his humility and unselfconsciousness.
A nuclear expert explains how worried we should be when nuclear materials go missing as they did in Mexico.
When he started smuggling goods from China, Seongmin was only 12 years old and his country was changing rapidly around him.
This poll shows why Obama would struggle to focus on foreign policy in his second term.
The U.S. doesn’t do as poorly as you might think.
The country has endured 11 successful coups and seven attempts since just 1932.
Most alarming of all, if least surprising, is China.
Video and photos captured the incident in front of Kiev’s presidential office.
Is the national crisis over political identity or simple economics?
The question, and its surprising answer, are more complicated than you might think.