Media and foreign policy makers have tried to adapt to the president’s unpredictable online style, even though it's undermining an age-old system of crafting policy by consensus.
Imran Khan promises to be different from his predecessors if chosen to lead, but his ability to govern and his party's achievements in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region are contested. Yet he's confident about winning the upcoming national elections.
The 2009 military coup created the context for the current electoral coup. Since then, successive presidents have cemented the position of the National Party by putting in place a panoply of measures that would make Machiavelli blush.
Indian armed forces use high-intensity explosives to kill rebels in the disputed Kashmir region and many a time they have left behind live ammunition in civilian areas, which has led to several casualties.
Gokcen Kaynatan’s music is as fresh as it was composed about five decades ago. But can this 78-year-old rock and roller find a niche in the 21st century and connect with a new generation?
The 24-day protest by refugees on Manus Island symbolises solidarity against oppression as they demand the freedom that Australia continues to deny.
Richard Falk, a prominent international law expert, perceives Israel as an entity that embodies colonial statecraft despite the end of colonialism following World War I.
Nearly 2.2 million children in the war-ravaged country are acutely malnourished and require urgent care. Poverty and lack of medical support are pushing them to fatal conditions.
Before taking the dangerous sea journey to Europe, tens of thousands of migrants face several life-threatening situations on land. And Libya has become the most treacherous transit route.
To counter an assertive Iran, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has moved closer to Israel and cracked down on his own family members. But he's still losing influence over the Middle East and isolating the kingdom from key regional players.
Ever since the US imposed sanctions on Iran, several individuals and institutions have violated them, but rarely has Washington taken as aggressive a stance as it has against Turkey.
The ruling BJP's move to change the currency bills last year has affected the visually impaired. Unlike the previous rupee bills, the new banknotes are indistinguishable from one another based on their texture and dimensions.
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