A YEAR ago Enrique Peña Nieto became Mexico’s president, promising a series of reforms aimed at raising the country’s unimpressive economic growth. To overcome a dozen years of legislative gridlock, he struck a “Pact for Mexico” with the opposition.
In November, just a month shy of the 120th anniversary of Mao Zedong's birth, a controversial collection of the revolutionary Chairman's words will be republished in China for the first time in decades.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani made his case Thursday to the American people and the world for "a constructive approach" to contentious issues including his nation's nuclear program, arguing that failing to engage "leads to everyone's loss."...
DO YOU understand “the three represents” or “the six tightly revolve-arounds”? Have you fully embraced “ecological development civilisation” or “socialist modernisation construction”? No, neither have we.
As Iran prepares for its presidential election, Pew put the entire Islamic Republic through a different sort of vote: public opinion. The polling firm surveyed people in 39 countries for their views on Iran.