Russia is strengthening its presence in the continent through the church, which operates in line with Moscow's foreign policy.
Germany’s crackdown on protesters mourning the death of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh at the hands of Israeli forces is the latest step in its stifling of pro-Palestine voices.
There’s nothing funny about Iraq’s destruction.
A brief history of the Gagauz, a Turkic, primarily Orthodox Christian people in the Balkans.
‘Clothes maketh the man,’ says the English adage, but it is women’s garb that continues to obsess French politicians — and not for any sartorial reasons.
Baghdad's condemnation of Ankara's latest operation is out of step with reality.
The two Scandinavian nations are guilty of violating rules-based order and harbouring YPG terrorists.
Political tensions linger as a failure by Unionist parties to agree to a government led by a Nationalist will call into question the former's commitment to peace and equality in Northern Ireland.
Why was Washington quick to provide political and military support to Ukraine, while it hesitated with Syria, also resisting Russia's attacks?
While the Ukrainian defence has disrupted Moscow’s plans, it does not guarantee a return to the status quo ante.
Concerns about the region becoming increasingly unstable and fractured are real and legitimate.
Why do the four major NATO allies have different views and what do some cases tell us about the future of the organisation?
Though most wouldn’t recognise his name today, President Nursultan Nazarbayev's predecessor was known by almost everyone in the Central Asian country 30 years ago.
We resist the UK’s discriminatory counterterrorism policy because it is our democratic right and responsibility.
The dangers posed by the terror group should be worrying for countries in Afghanistan’s neighbourhood and beyond.
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