America’s prestige has been irreparably tarnished, its credentials diminished, and is now in global retreat as hungry powers rise to challenge it. It only has itself to blame.
The autocratic regimes and Islamist parties of the Arab world can take this time to learn from and fix their mistakes, or expect another uprising.
The Taliban’s new cabinet is neither inexperienced nor incompetent, but it comes from a narrow enough pool of candidates that suspicions about its inclusivity will only be put to bed if it actually is an interim, and not a permanent, one.
International remote work has democratised opportunities for people to gain employment without being uprooted, as businesses look to tap into a reservoir of young - and cheap - global talent.
Despite the terror group’s cynical exploitation of the Yazidis in Sinjar, the community rejected the PKK-linked alternative to vote in favour of the ruling KDP.
Relations between Beijing and New Delhi remain strained after the latest round of talks to resolve their border dispute, and unlikely to be mended anytime soon given geopolitical realities in the region.
The Austrian Chancellor was forced to resign amid a corruption scandal. But the nominee for his succession, a loyalist career diplomat, is not likely to change anything that allowed the ‘System of Kurz’ to take grip of the country.
Turkish-American defense cooperation is at a crossroads, and set to be a flashpoint during the Erdogan-Biden G20 meeting later this month.
The country’s militias and politicians only care about lining their own pockets rather than dealing with the concerns of the people.
Intergenerational trauma cannot be ignored in understanding why British minorities have been more vulnerable to Covid-19 than their White counterparts.
Veteran Australian journalist John Lyons provides a glimpse into how journalists and editors are censured for stories that reveal Israeli crimes against Palestinians.
Dictators worldwide are using offshore tax havens to hedge against potential revolutions, while Western business and political leaders use them to dodge taxes. Will the latest revelations bring about meaningful change?
The renormalisation of ties between Amman and Damascus comes after multiple shifts in the Hashemite Kingdom’s foreign policy over the years, with economic rationality playing a crucial factor.
While the US lost the so-called battle for ‘hearts and minds’ in the Muslim world, elements of public diplomacy still retain their strategic importance for Washington.
In the ‘religious war’ over vaccines and masking, Covid non-believers have chosen to immunise themselves from reality, not the virus.
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