A conversation with Simone Somekh, author of "Grandangolo" (Wide-Angle), on the genesis of his debut novel.
Laura Imai Messina, an Italian author based in Tokyo, discusses her new novel, “I Dare Not Say The Joy.”
After decades of diplomatic crisis, Greece and the FYROM hope to settle over the use of the name Macedonia.
Greg Barker’s new documentary is a guarded retrospective of President Obama’s foreign policy team that leaves much to be desired.
Nicos Anastasiades, of the conservative Democratic Rally Party, was re-elected on Sunday.
Descendants of Namibia’s Herero tribe are asking for compensations through a US court.
The king signed Mussolini’s Racial Laws, the same laws that interrupted the career of Aldo Finzi, a talented Jewish composer whose music has finally made it to New York.