The global pandemic has led to a shift in international relations away from globalism.
Botched responses from governments have ranged from denial to disinformation while exacerbating a global leadership vacuum.
Brussels, Ankara should realistically negotiate refugee issue, says Hungarian foreign minister
The two-hander was streamed on Monday just hours before the Hungarian government closed borders to all foreigners after shutting down schools nationwide in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Migrants see Greece as a transit gateway country. If they stay, it’s only for a lack of options or because the EU has yet to take responsibility in a tragic episode of global upheaval.
Some of the audience sit next to the musicians and place their hands on the instruments to feel the vibration. Others hold balloons that convey the vibration of the sounds. Some are given special hyper-sensitive hearing aids.
Bosnian Muslims living outside the Ottoman Empire financially supported Sultan Abdulhamid II's ambitious Hejaz railway project.
Is this the most insulting peace offering in recent history?
The Czech Republic has a tiny Muslim minority of 0.2 percent and yet they have been at the receiving end of increasing hate crimes.
The Turkish and Russian presidents formally launched TurkStream gas pipeline which will carry Russian natural gas to southern Europe through Turkey. The project is part of Moscow's efforts to reduce shipments via Ukraine.
Campaigners fear the new legislation will be used to strip funds from productions that do not sit well with the ruling Fidesz party.
Hungarians are protesting a government draft bill that proposes an overhaul of the financing and management of state-funded theatres.
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