Saying more than that would give the game away...
A split between the "Red Princelings" and party technocrats threatens to derail the smooth leadership transition.
Despite all the wars, bloodshed, victims, and hate, the country still can't come to terms with modernity.
Ai Weiwei's leader for his momentous guest edit.
Chinese media organizations are riddled with informers who report directly to the government – only a minority of journalists are brave enough to fight the system.
The Chinese government hires people to distort or deflect conversations on the web. Ai Weiwei persuades an “online commentator” to tell all.
Chen Guangcheng was forced to flee China in May after years of persecution. His advocacy on behalf of women and the poor in the face of China’s one-child policy has made him an enemy of the state.
Adam Taylor got a month's readers in a day thanks to a link from the Drudge Report. But, he wonders, is the Conservative icon's power waning?
The second presidential debate will focus on the economics of the middle classes, writes CAP's Heather Boushey.
Chinese bellicosity in the near seas could usher in a new era of instability.
US voters are more socially liberal and increasingly concerned with "fairness", rather than simply "freedom".
The Peace Prize was a reminder that the EU has been a force for good and remains a bulwark against further suffering.
Revealed: how job restrictions have left Romanian and Bulgarian construction workers underpaid and vulnerable to exploitation.
There is a big problem with the United Nations, says Jonathan Powell.
As protestors chanted anti-austerity slogans and clashed with riot police, the German Chancellor did nothing but look after her own electoral interests.
An educational system that has historically been set up to reinforce inequalities will take a lot of work to dismantle, says Lola Adesioye.
Count stands at 54.4 per cent to 44.9 per cent with 90 per cent of votes in.
Paul Broun, once a medical doctor, now a creationist congressman.
On Obama: "He mad cool yo".
"Mr President, if they say 'cut back', will you say 'fight back'?"
It's the demography, stupid.
With Barack Obama enjoying a healthy lead in both the national polls and, more crucially, the marginal battleground states, Mitt Romney’s campaign believes it has at last found a way to turn the Democratic tide.
Our US blogger Nicky Woolf will be live-blogging the Presidential debate, which starts at 2am UK time. Come back then to join in.
A fun way to enjoy the first presidential debate.
We need a liberalism that engages as well as spectates - without power, there is no change.