New threats of US sanctions against African countries will drive them out of America’s sphere of influence and push them towards a new world order being carved out by the East.
Ankara’s leadership has shown prudence and deft diplomacy in sidestepping Athens’ provocations. It’s now time for the Mitsotakis government to adopt a pacifist agenda.
Overall carnage and an insurrection notwithstanding, Donald Trump will run for the presidency again - but not necessarily for the Republican Party.
With the assassination of Al Qaeda head Ayman al Zawahiri in a US drone strike, the organisation has lost the last of its founding leaders, which included Osama bin Laden and Abu Hafs al Masri.
Factional rift and competing interests to move up the power ladder are among the key factors pushing the former insurgent group to the brink of implosion.
As France and other European nations experience an intense heatwave, the situation across 188 French prisons is especially concerning.
How do smaller countries navigate the emerging world balance? They could do worse than by delving into their own demographics that shape their own destinies.
As supply lines from Russia and Ukraine are disrupted, Cairo struggles to meet wheat demand in a country that consumes more than double the global average
Joe Biden will be seen as the last US president to sell fear to the Middle East. Peace is breaking out in the region, leaving him and the Israelis as lone voices on the Iran strike plan.
US President’s concern for besieged people rings hollow as fist-bump with Tel Aviv tells where Washington’s heart lies.
Weeks after losing the majority, French President is battling to save his government as an aggressive opposition turns up the heat over multiple issues.
Islamabad is hoping to rebuild bilateral relations around trade and the economy. But for Washington, Pakistan might remain just a cog in the wheel in its efforts to counter Beijing in South Asia and beyond.
The patience of ordinary Germans is wearing thin as the country grows increasingly vulnerable to a severe energy crisis, posing a direct challenge to the Scholz administration.
The overall experience of French people of colour, particularly young adults, is becoming increasingly precarious in their interactions with the police.
In addition to the shock and trauma, most perpetrators are yet to be prosecuted for the well-documented genocide.
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