Obama may shake up relations with Cuba and Venezuela
Shannon O’Neil of the Council on Foreign Relations discusses the future of relations between the U.S. and Latin American nations under U.S. President-elect Barack Obama.
Posted: November 5, 2008 23:46
World weighs in on President-elect Obama
Journalists in six nations discuss international response to the U.S. presidential election and possible changes in world perception of America.
Posted: November 5, 2008 18:49
Obama refurbishes America’s image abroad
The image of America around the world may be forever changed after the election of Barack Obama.
Posted: November 5, 2008 17:59
Middle East awaits fresh faces and ideas from Obama
Ghassan Shabaneh, a professor of Middle East and international studies, discusses Barack Obama's prospects in the Middle East, where peace is elusive.
Posted: November 5, 2008 17:33
Other nations head to the polls
Though the U.S. election is dominating headlines around the world, several other countries are also going to the polls.
Posted: November 5, 2008 17:12
Russia plans to deploy missiles near Poland
Russia announced it may deploy short-range missiles near Poland in response to a proposed American missile defense shield in eastern Europe.
Posted: November 5, 2008 16:18
Obama faces economic and strategic challenges in Asia
Jamie Metzl of the Asia Society speaks about President-elect Barack Obama's challenges in China, Japan and North Korea.
Posted: November 5, 2008 15:43
The world expects real changes from Obama
Richard Holbrooke, assistant secretary of state for European and Canadian affairs in the Clinton administration, discusses the world's perceptions and expectations of President-elect Barack Obama.
Posted: November 5, 2008 15:42
War on terror shifts to Pakistan and Afghanistan
Ahmad Kamal, Pakistan's former ambassador to the UN, discusses changes in the U.S. approach to the war on terror and America's strategy in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Posted: November 5, 2008 13:17
International journalists swarm U.S. for election
As Americans head to the polls, a large number foreign journalists are coming to the country, citing unprecedented interest around the world.
Posted: November 4, 2008 16:19