|Bread and power in Pakistan
Violence and political assassinations are not the only reasons Pakistanis have had it with their government, writes Graham Usher in Rawalpindi
Sleight of hand?
Kenya's opposition, robbed of victory, is up in arms, Western powers have stepped up pressure and a flurry of diplomatic activity has ensued, writes Gamal Nkrumah
France's dynamo juggles domestic and international concerns very cleverly, notes Eva Dadrian
There won't be blood
Gamal Nkrumah analyses the ramifications of last Sunday's closely contested Serbian presidential poll which witnessed the largest turnout since the ouster of Slobodan Milosevic
Time's Man of the Year will have the world hanging on his every move in 2008, muses Eric Walberg