So much for having good neighbors. South American leaders basically sat back and watched as Brazil's president Dilma Rousseff flailed and fumed and fought for her political life and ultimately lost, at least the first round.
For Dan Josephson, the younger generation has made it all the more clear that this island is soaking in green for the time being
Jodie Yang strongly believes that there is no need to feel inferior being a Taiwanese because Taiwan is far more unique than other countries in different angles such as the community, friendliness and food.Courtesy of Jolie Yang
He won Taiwan's largest-ever landslide victory, a safe pair of hands promising prosperity and stability -- but President Ma Ying-jeou leaves office this month caricatured as incompetent, aloof and wildly out of step with public sentiment., 1 Comment
Stressing that terrorism "can only be defeated by a sustained and comprehensive approach" involving the active participation and collaboration of all states, the U.N. Security Council hosted an open debate on developing a counter-narrative campaign to dissuade, discourage and ultimately defuse this widening global threat which is increasingly disseminated through the internet and social media.
Donald Trump told The Associated Press this week "there's nothing to learn" from all those income tax returns he won't release until an ongoing audit wraps up.
When U.S. President Barack Obama tours Hiroshima's haunting relics of nuclear warfare, he will be making a trip that past administrations weighed and avoided. For good reason: The hollowed core of the city's A-Bomb Dome and old photos of charred children are sure to rekindle questions of guilt and penitence for World War II's gruesome brutality.
Fifty years after the Cultural Revolution spread bloodshed and turmoil across China, the Communist-ruled country is driving firmly down the capitalist road, but Mao Zedong's legacy remains -- like the embalmed leader himself -- far from buried.
Militants inspired by the Islamic State group's ideology are seeking to benefit from the desperation of young Palestinians to strengthen their foothold in the Gaza Strip.
When it comes to spying on North Korea, rival South Korea seems to be wrong almost as much as it's right.