International reaction to U.S. election varies
Susan Caskie, international editor of The Week, discusses the mixed international coverage of the U.S. election.
Posted: November 6, 2008 14:25
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
Saudis slant Republican in U.S. election
A Worldfocus contributing blogger writes about Saudis' perceptions of the impending U.S. election and challenges that the next administration will face in Saudi Arabia.
Posted: October 30, 2008 12:06
U.S. election fascinates global citizens
Gideon Rose, the managing editor of Foreign Affairs Magazine, calls the U.S. election the "most watched election" around the world.
Posted: October 29, 2008 16:01
Britain mandates sex education for young children
British schools will teach sex education to children as young as five in an effort to curb high teen pregnancy rates.
Posted: October 27, 2008 16:16
Cubans look to U.S. election
A Worldfocus contributing blogger writes from Havana about the Cuban angle of the impending U.S. presidential election.
Posted: October 27, 2008 13:41
Blogwatch / Video
Guantánamo Bay prison to remain open
The Bush administration announced that it will not close the prison at Guantánamo Bay and has not examined proposals for transferring the detainees elsewhere.
Posted: October 21, 2008 17:03
Blogwatch / Audio
World reacts to final U.S. presidential debate
Journalists in France, Mexico and Pakistan discuss the international reaction to last night's debate. Bloggers around the world also weigh in on the third and final U.S. presidential debate.
Posted: October 16, 2008 17:07
Blogwatch / Audio
World watches McCain, Obama debate
While bloggers react to the U.S. presidential debate, freelance journalist Wafaa Jamil and Peter Ford of The Christian Science Monitor discuss the lack of interest in Palestine and China.
Posted: October 8, 2008 17:50
Rwanda’s parliament mandates quota for women
Women make up 48 percent of Rwanda's parliament -- a result of both an electoral quota and of the death of many men in the country's 1994 genocide.
Posted: September 16, 2008 19:56