Saad Hasan is a staff writer at TRT World.
Under the garb of curbing extremism, the young crown prince of Saudi Arabia is targeting voices of dissent.
Premature statements about an 'untapped' oil field did more damage than the actual failure to find oil and gas reserves in country’s offshore Indus delta.
As American officials raise the prospect of a military confrontation, Iranian leaders have reacted with caution.
Islamabad has once again been forced to approach the lender but the loan is a stopgap measure and Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government has to take difficult steps to resurrect the economy.
Regressive policies, too much debt and a failure to collect tax have hampered Pakistan’s growth prospects and the situation isn't getting better.
Global terror groups are relying on the power of online networks to drive discussions and shape opinions - often without any inkling of their real motives.
The peace that Sri Lankans had earned after decades of civil war was shattered by a wave of attacks by extremists.
More than 900 people have been stripped of their citizenship since 2012 in what human rights groups say is political repression.
The man who created one of the first social networking platforms tells TRT World how too much information is altering attitudes and how he intends to fight it.
A far-left guerrilla insurgency has exploited the grievances of marginalised tribes to wage a 50-year long battle against the state.
Designating the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a "terrorist" organisation could push reformists to the sidelines.
Baghdad and Basra once again argue over distribution of resources as politicians brace themselves for protests by people tired of incessant power breakdowns in sweltering summers.
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