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.
A deep recession triggered by the Ukraine conflict has opened up yawning fissures in the European Union. And Berlin is precipitating the crisis with its unilateral actions.
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.
US government’s preconditions are, at best, attempts by the President to delay returning the money the Taliban government desperately needs to rebuild Afghanistan after years of death and destruction.
Once traditional allies of the US in the Middle East are now turning their backs on Washington and cozying up to Moscow and Beijing in a significant shift of loyalties.
It will be limited to an audience of tech-savvy gamers unless a decentralised immersive virtual world is created along user-friendly lines.
In a recent speech at a university in Prague, the German Chancellor outlined his vision of an expanded EU, but at a time of unstable economics, the idea could backfire.
How successful can Truss be with her ambitious goals, her confrontational style, and her methods at a time when British society is at the beginning of a deep economic crisis?
The new Sabra character is archaic, her background is one-dimensional, and her presence in popular culture is problematic.
Users from the three countries generated 86 percent of malicious content between 2017-19; online hateful content led to physical attacks on Muslims and mosques.
Opinion divided in Iran over the future of bilateral relations with Britain under Liz Truss, who had annoyed Tehran’s leadership with a hardline stance on nuclear talks.
For centuries, the Swiss assessment was that their neutrality enhanced their country’s security. Now, they are unsure about that principle in light of the Ukraine conflict.
In modern warfare, many nations strive to reach a high degree of "information dominance," which guarantees them superiority and affects the enemy's morale and decision-making
It is up for question over whether the upcoming King Charles III can fill in Queen’s shoes – as the 96-year-old monarch has left a historical legacy.
While the queen was not directly responsible for her governments’ policies, she was nevertheless a willing tool and symbol of the British state which wrought havoc across the world.
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