An exclusionary right-wing populism has gripped the world for years now, but recently, a more inclusionary populism is pushing back.
Several empires have invaded Afghanistan and left with their tails between their legs - but it has always been the Afghan people paying the heaviest price.
The Kremlin is positioning itself as indispensable to Sudan while it bids to increase its sway over Africa and Muslim countries.
Turkey's partnership with NATO has been immensely beneficial to NATO.
Georgia's track record as a dependable NATO ally and its geostrategic importance make a convincing case for the country's membership to the Alliance.
One hopes the French president's run-in with Israeli security will help him to realise the plight of the Palestinians.
The Russian president’s enormous influence over the country’s destiny has forced comparisons between Putin and the former Tsars.
The prospect of a Turkish troop deployment in Libya could prompt Russia to balance its interests and steer clear of warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Turkey’s Incirlik air base alone has been a crucial military location for Washington’s overseas missions since the 1950s, holding at least 50 nuclear bombs.
The warlord Khalifa Haftar's cunning exploitation of geopolitical rivalries has handed Russia outsized influence over the conflict.
Middle Eastern governments have valid reasons to fear foreign conspiracies but deflecting blame on foreign hands instead of addressing citizens' grievances only weakens their own position.
According to an Italian author and his supporters, there is compelling evidence that the literary giant and defender of the working class might have been killed by the Soviets.
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