A Chinese tycoon plans to rival the Panama Canal with a major waterway in Nicaragua, announcing a change in global trade. As potential routes are discussed, activists warn of disaster.
China’s growing influence in Latin America raises questions on partnerships and long-term benefits for the region.
Global Journalist joins the efforts to shed light on the culture of impunity that allows perpetrators to gag those who exercise freedom of expression
Foreign companies exploit Zambia's copper, leaving the country little gains from its natural resources
The biggest commodity company present in Zambia's copper industry has a history of tax evasion and fraud
Copper mines have come under scrutiny for releasing harmful particles and polluting the environment
A new documentary explores the 'Forbidden Voices' of three women from China, Iran and Cuba who have persecuted for blogging
Chile’s vigorous economy faces lack of diplomatic involvement in Latin America
Michelle Bachelet is expected to win the upcoming Chilean presidential election on Sunday, as the country calls for social and political changes
With more and more Africans using social networks, many of the news stories about unrest are posted on sites such as Twitter.
Think Africa Press editor-in-chief talked about how social media has helped spread information about the African Spring.
The dispute over the control of oil in Sudan has left the region fragmented and the people forgotten
How the unrest in the Middle East did and didn’t influence Sudan, Mali and the rest of Africa
The increase of European surveillance, the civil war in Syria and the ease of the Arab Spring have changed the number and nationalities of migrants who flee to Europe.
Far-right parties denounce uncontrolled wave of immigration and arouse Eurosceptic feelings while Europe suffers from economic crisis.
Malta, the smallest EU state is bearing the brunt of the region’s migration crisis
All day, our editors will be following the different Missouri Honor Medal recipients as they teach masterclasses on their crafts. They'll be tweeting under the hashtag #MUhonor.
A confrontation over budget led to a partial shutdown of the U.S. government from Oct. 1 to 16. Global Journalist helps you understand what happened.
International media questioned U.S. leadership and discussed the economic consequences after the country's political impasse
The U.S. has imposed sanctions on Iran for the past 30 years, straining relations between the two countries and severely impacting the Iranian people.
How the election of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will affect U.S.-Iran relations after years of diplomatic hostilities and economic sanctions
Iran's complex political system combines democratic political structures with Islamic religious leadership
Report: Government's national security efforts undermine journalists' freedom in post-9/11 America
The Rosia Montana project has gained international attention, but it is just one of hundreds of projects Canadian mining companies have implemented around the world.
After ongoing protests against a Canadian mining project in Rosia Montana, Romanian government and activists around the world remain at stalemate
Global Journalist spoke to a Romanian freelance journalist about the protests against the exploitation of natural resources in Rosia Montana
How Bloomberg has become a global financial and business news leader with more than 15,000 employees worldwide.
How covering business globally has been a successful model for Bloomberg News and journalism
How injustice and patriarchy are defining women's roles and professional pursuits in Indian society
Public outcry resulting from the recent rape cases has sparked a new wave of campaigning and awareness through social media, advertising and film.
Women in India have faced a history marked by oppression despite major legislative acts being passed to grant them more rights.
Global Journalist producer recounts her experience in Central America
How Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott and his conservative opposition won a majority in Parliament after six years of Labor party control.
Thousands have been murdered and kidnapped due to drug violence while impunity prevails
More than 26,000 people have been declared missing since Mexico's government launched a war against drug trafficking in 2006
Rupert Murdoch favored new prime minister Tony Abbott during Australian federal election
Foreign journalists face rising risk of kidnapping and death as the conflict escalates
The G20 summit gets underway with brief encounters between world leaders.
French-American photojournalist Jonathan Alpeyrie recounts his hostage ordeal at hands of Syrian Islamists
World leaders react to possible intervention in Syria after President Obama's announcement.
Amidst the escalating violence in Egypt, foreign journalists are accused of bias favoring the Muslim Brotherhood and misreporting
News from Egypt breaks fast, and in 2013, it happens first on Twitter.
Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden are just two of the most recent whistleblowers to have been charged under the 1917 Espionage Act.