Park Geun-hye was inaugurated as South Korea’s first female president on Monday. Human Rights Watch reveals possible abuses by Mexico's former leadership. Italy's elections see a narrow victory for the left, but a spectacular showing for an upstart movement.
As the planet gets smaller - at least in terms of the non-stop flow of information about the seven billion or so inhabitants - our anxiety grows. As the world feels smaller, so do we. It is more difficult to see how individual contributions help those in need.
The United Nations identifies people suspected of war crimes in Syria's brutal civil war. One college professor discusses his research into sex trafficking on the Internet. In France, school reform measures are prompting debate. A film festival focusing on peace and nonviolence comes to Chicago.
Protesters took to the streets of Tunisia after the country’s ruling political party, Ennahda, rejected a proposal to dissolve the government. One filmmaker brings us a documentary on Somalia's pirate culture. Worldview gives you tips for your international weekend.
Islamist fighters no longer control most of Mali’s major towns in the north. Worldview examines what is next for the nation. Milos Stehlik takes a tour of Egypt's century-old film industry. And, get tips on how to plan your international weekend.
A group of Republican and Democratic senators have come out strong in support of immigration reform. And a new play at Chicago Shakespeare Theater sheds light on life and sex in Europe's last dictatorship.