The US sees the Idlib tensions as an opportunity to better relations with Turkey, but it won't move past rhetoric.
There is still no justice for the parents of hundreds of babies that went missing in Serbia from the 1960s until the 2000s.
The coronavirus serves as a reminder that diseases are political as well as biological.
The UN database of companies cooperating with illegal settlement activities is not exhaustive or binding, but it is a crucial starting point.
With Saudi Arabia and the UAE increasingly using the GCC for their own ends, other Gulf countries are considering going a separate way.
Turkish President Erdogan's visit to Pakistan comes at a testing time for both countries and speaks to the durable nature of the relationship.
That Democratic Party candidates have failed to mention Syria or Bashar al Assad when talking foreign policy is a worrying sign that the US will continue its failed Syria policy.
Turkey's partnership with NATO has been immensely beneficial to NATO.
The party, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, once again played the Hindu nationalist card, hoping to gain electoral dividends by raising issues that appeal to militant Hindu sentiments, ignoring the matters of local governance.
The downing of the Ukrainian airliner, a harsh crackdown on protests and a drastic vetting system could mean Iranians stay home in large numbers on election day.
The escape of a notorious militant and the strong-arming of the state by a radical cleric has brought Pakistan's fight against militancy into question.
From Prime Minister Narendra Modi down to the average citizen, the scourge of fake news is ravaging India's public discourse.
Hollywood has embraced diversity on-screen, but progress has been much slower off-screen.
Mohammed Allawi represents the same establishment protesters want to get rid of, and this is best encapsulated by Moqtada al Sadr's u-turn on the protest movement.
Bosnian Muslims living outside the Ottoman Empire financially supported Sultan Abdulhamid II's ambitious Hejaz railway project.
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