France’s financial control over the African nations is a relic of a shady past. Only African initiatives imagined and implemented by Africans will pave the way for the continent's awakening.
The hurdles in the path of building the 5th generation TF-X multi-role combat aircraft has only spurred Türkiye’s defence industry towards bigger success.
The UK Supreme Court’s ruling against a future referendum might appear to have snuffed out hopes of Scottish independence. But there may be hope yet for the Scots.
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s three-day official trip could have a significant bearing on Washington and Riyadh’s strained ties.
Only an adequate green cover can save humanity and the planet from the effects of climate crisis-induced heating, floods, and other weather extremes.
A deep recession triggered by the Ukraine conflict has opened up yawning fissures in the European Union. And Berlin is precipitating the crisis with its unilateral actions.
We have the knowledge and means to feed everyone in the world. Why don’t we?
Mohammed Shia al Sudani’s appointment as the PM is unlikely to solve the country’s political impasse as he is part of the same system that is responsible for creating the mess.
The Western world’s criticism of the Gulf country hosting the football World Cup – mostly over claims about human rights violations – only exposes the moral bankruptcy of countries which have a lot of soul-searching to do.
Racism and anti-Muslim hatred grow across the ‘White continent’ as the rise of the political far-right adds to the problem. It’s time for some soul-searching.
MP’s comment against a Black colleague and the rising number of racist attacks are indicators that the country is now in the grip of the extreme right wing.
As Washington directed its energy on Russia, Beijing stepped in to fill the vacuum with large ınfrastructure projects and generous aid to nations.
As people start to run out of options and patience, France is scrambling to find alternative energy sources ahead of what appears to be a dark and cold winter.
Ankara wants to expand its footprint in the Arctic region, an area with growing geopolitical significance, which is also home to hundreds of thousands of ethnically Turkic people.
EU scrambles to find new energy sources to replace Russian gas, a fragility in Europe’s energy dependencies and plans has become apparent. Moreover, further challenges have hit the EU’s hopeful transition to green energy.
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