Saad Hasan is a staff writer at TRT World.
Cairo has solved many of its problems by giving an outlet to excessive Israeli gas and also helped its generals make some money.
Within a decade, Israel has become self-sufficient in meeting its energy needs but it’s hardly the major player it projects itself to be.
Imran Khan is concerned about the domestic fallout of a regional conflict as he strives to bring the two powers to the table.
While Americans were expecting retaliation, Iran has upped the ante by firing ballistic missiles on Iraqi air bases, which house US troops.
Backed by the kingdom's oil wealth, the crown prince is pushing once-close allies to follow Riyadh’s lead.
Amjad Alvi is remembered for writing the first free-range PC virus that went viral in an age before the internet. But he’s done so much more.
While tens of thousands of students protest a controversial law, experts say the ruling BJP, a majoritarian government, could go to any lengths to suppress the agitation.
Six more countries have joined hands to back INSTEX, a mechanism that facilitates trade with Iran while circumventing US sanctions.
Jeffrey D Sachs has joined a rising number of economists who say the World Bank’s arbitration system for commercial disputes is flawed.
The Crime Investigation Department’s Nishantha Silva slipped out of the country with his family days after Gotabaya Rajapaksa was sworn in as the new president.
The once-peaceful African country is at the centre of a gold rush and militant attacks.
The sanctions-hit Islamic republic projects abandoning dependence on oil revenue to finance its budget. But there’s more than meets the eye.
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