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A change in tone and message is clear when comparing President Obama's 2009 Nobel Peace Prize remarks and his Tuesday speech at the UN General Assembly. GlobalPost compares the key points made in each address.
A snapshot of Cuba's economy and reforms.
With the former junta state open to economic reform, companies around the globe have been eyeing for a piece of the pie.
Both Ecuador and the UK say they're open to negotiating the fate of WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange. But the tone of the talk so far has gotten quite incendiary among them and others.
Half the world is hoping Julian Assange escapes. The other half wants him arrested. Here's why.
With Al Shabaab on the run, a relative peace has returned to Mogadishu, Somalia's capital. A GlobalPost infographic charts the country's two decades of conflict.
India is struggling to provide enough electricity to its 1.2 billion citizens. An illustration of the country's crippling energy gap.
A breakdown of the current and past Olympics from London stats and all-time records, to the economics of medals.
Syria is run by about 12 people. And most of them were in the room Wednesday when the bomb went off.
A visual breakdown of the Bollywood and Hollywood film industries.
GlobalPost infographics showing where the world's crude oil comes from.
Did the ancient Mayans Calendars predict the end of the world? Here's a nifty infographic to explain the Dec. 21, 2012 phenomenon.
Where is the best place to start a business in Africa? There are several factors to consider including reliable electricity and the level of corruption.
A look into Thailand’s multi-billion dollar wild-caught seafood industry and the darkest links in its supply chain.
Prison overcrowding is a major concern throughout much of the Americas. GlobalPost maps out prison populations and capacity by country.
GlobalPost maps out Wal-Mart's global presence by region.
The demand for far right-wing politics in Europe is growing in the east, but not the west. And "group-based enmity," or intolerance, remains a problem.