The Syrian Civil War is now reaching a point where direct conflict — between the US and Russia, the US and Turkey, and Iran and Israel — isn't far off.
Venezuela is in the middle of terrible humanitarian crisis, and governments in Latin America are at a loss on how to respond.
The widely-anticipated sports event is another installment of diplomacy for the Korean peninsula, as both countries will be appearing as one contingent.
Kim Jong Un has decided to use an unconventional weapon from his arsenal, the smile of his sister.
The President, Uhuru Kenyatta, has implemented a media crackdown and has been trying to change election legislation.
Abdulla Yameen, the president of the Maldives, declared a state of emergency on Monday and sent troops to the Supreme Court.
Also, when the Saudi Crown Prince visits the UK in the coming weeks, Theresa May must ensure that Britain does not trade away its principles and values.
In a widely criticized move, Poland's increasingly authoritarian right-wing government has criminalized the term "death camps", as well as any suggestion of "the Polish nation/state" being complicit in Nazi crimes.
Ireland will hold a referendum on abortion in May, in which the people will be asked whether they want to repeal of retain the the ban on abortions.
The United States has been fighting an endless war in Afghanistan, with not foreseeable conclusion to the conflict. The Thai junta is doing its best to cling to power in the country, and the Czech Republic is only the latest country to embark on right-wing journey in Europe.