The new curriculum, sponsored by Putin's party, aims to rouse patriotism among young people.
The country's election was full of surprises. Will the euphoria last?
Eastern Ukraine is home to nine-tenths of the country's coal and one of Europe's largest shale-gas deposits. Will the region soon be Moscow's?
Under Obamacare, the U.S. healthcare system is starting to look more like Germany's. Here's what Germans do right—and how Americans could do even better.
How a welfare program designed to slash poverty ended up improving women's rights.
Here's what I learned.
Does the continent's most-populous country deserve its new title?
Investigating the hype surrounding the man who could be India's next prime minister
Not just a pixel on a screen
How can so many demonstrations accomplish so little?
The country's historic election is a contest not just of candidates but of generations.
"The genocide is not over," a trauma counselor says. "The survivors are still living with those who committed the crimes."
Is it easier to love thy neighbor as thyself if he practices a different religion?
U.S. policy toward Moscow hasn't worked for two decades. How can we fix it?
One of history's darkest spasms of inhumanity began 20 years ago this week. Remembering unfathomable tragedy and celebrating unprecedented health progress in Rwanda.
This is what Internet diplomacy looks like.
A Twitter knock-off is just the latest ridiculous attempt by U.S. officials to bring down the Cuban regime.
Sweden's Stadsmission has become the H&M of charity work.
And it's about politics, not corruption.
An Arab student born in East Jerusalem explains why there's nothing funny about the hatred that drove Jews out of Europe.