Focusing on the United States and the world has always been a feature of Time. Time's attention to news is extremely acute, and where there is good news, Time reporters are there. Its pen reaches every corner of the world. Time traced the history of isolated events, introduced foreign countries, invoked their politics, helped readers with spelling names, and used charts that newspapers had never used before. It personalizes complex international issues and, in the process, breaks the framework of American journalism.