In the new book Islam Without Extremes: a Muslim Case for Liberty, Turkish author Mustafa Akyol argues that a quiet Islamic reformation is creating the demand for liberal democracy across the Muslim world.
Tuesday for the first time, Rwandan President Kagame addressed a direct question about an accusation during a press conference from one of his former allies of being the man responsible for the death of Juvenal Habyarimana.
We've become accustomed to Chinese companies building our toys and electronics. But the Chinese are starting to build our large-scale infrastructure projects - bridges and railroads. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
President Obama is calling for more sanctions on Iran to halt that country's nuclear enrichment program. Some argue that sanctions are ineffective, and are having unintended consequences such as harming Iranian university students in the US.
In Bashar Al Assad's interview with ABC, the Syrian leader says he feels no guilt for the deaths of Syrians during the past months. Marco Werman listens to parts of the interview with Andrew Tabler of The Washington Institute to get his reaction.