Political spouses have traditionally wielded their influence in private. But in this race, all the rules will have to be rewritten
Shinzo Abe wanted Japan to stand tall on the international stage, but his agenda never clicked with a public more concerned about the economy
Nawaz Sharif's brief return before being sent back into exile could trigger a crisis for President Pervez Musharraf — and change the course of the nation
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
A book and exhibition document the labor and longings of Fiji's landless Indian sugar-cane workers
Kids who try to duck kickball or soccer can still break a sweat when interactive video games join gym class
Hollywood studios and Russian tycoons are teaming up to make films in Moscow. Is it worth the trouble?