Glenn Cowan, the founder of Democracy International, has monitored elections in more than three dozen countries and he says Afghanistan’s was the most difficult he’s seen in terms of security.
North Dakota's farmers and agriculture businesses position themselves to take on the global economy.
Much is stake for the US as Afghanistan's election is a test of the Obama administration's policy and counter-insurgency campaign there.
The Sahel region of West Africa is being hit hard by climate change, but a small, green secret is helping farmers fight the warming trend: trees.
A secret network of shelters for abused women in Iraq has emerged in the wake of war-related societal upheaval.
Culture clash in India over reality TV show where participants reveal embarrassingly intimate 'truths' for money.
An ambitious plan to create an overland trade route in South America will allow for the movement of goods from Pacific to Atlantic.
Join an online discussion with entomologist May Berenbaum on the pros and cons of using DDT to fight malaria.
London's West End sees an increase in theater attendance despite the sour economy.
Since the 1970s there's been an array of drama series designed to tackle social issues, tracing their origins to Stanford University in the 1960s.

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