France’s financial control over the African nations is a relic of a shady past. Only African initiatives imagined and implemented by Africans will pave the way for the continent's awakening.
The hurdles in the path of building the 5th generation TF-X multi-role combat aircraft has only spurred Türkiye’s defence industry towards bigger success.
The UK Supreme Court’s ruling against a future referendum might appear to have snuffed out hopes of Scottish independence. But there may be hope yet for the Scots.
World peace may have a better chance if sanctions were de-weaponised in our time of multi-dimensional war-making.
Morocco has grown tired of both the Ukraine war and the bullying from the Biden administration, and its king has chosen to put the needs of his people first.
The Tories have lost sight of what matters most: serving the country while providing stability and solution to people's despairs. Britain deserves better.
OPEC’s decision to sharply cut output has put more pressure on the already strained ties between the once-close allies. Will this be the end of the strategic partnership in the Middle East?
Many Iraqis have ceased to look back at the Saddam Hussain era with an icy glare of criticism as public disdain for Iraqi politicians grows across the country.
The rise of cyber alliances and emerging cyber threats will compel governments to rethink their behaviour on the global stage.
British PM’s action will not only legitimise Israel’s occupation and brutal suppression of the Palestinian people but also mock international laws.
As Liz Truss faltered within weeks of taking charge, the mood in the country has swung towards the Labour party. It’s open season for British politics.
The king of Mysore was an Indian military genius and a just ruler. But he is now the target of the Hindu rightwing hellbent of rewriting history and portraying Muslim kings as evil.
Public frustration with long-standing economic mismanagement has reached a tipping point in Lebanon as bank heists are not only becoming common but also doable amongst Lebanese people.
Queen Elizabeth II was the unifying factor that kept the monarchy relevant and Britain still at the helm of the Commonwealth of Nations. But the crown seemingly sits uneasy on her successor.
US State Department's spokesperson recently said Greece's tampering with the non-military status of the Aegean Islands complements America's 'national interest'.
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