Violence in Kashmir does not take place within a vacuum, and the Indian government will only aggravate it further if it does not concede that its root causes lie in its treatment of Kashmiris.
Forty years after the fall of the Shah, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps serve as one of the most enduring legacies of the 1979 revolution.
When Islamophobes convert to Islam, it's an opportunity for everyone to build bridges.
Behavioural change is essential to mitigate the effects of climate change, but sustainable change will only come when governments and corporations change their behaviour.
The Middle East’s tectonic plates shifted in Warsaw and the aftershocks could be felt for decades to come.
The Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan was one of the major events of the last century, and it was also one of the least understood.
It is in everyone’s interest that Ukraine remains independent and sovereign and maintains the ability to choose its destiny without outside interference.
Saudi Arabia is attempting to diversify its economy, however, under the erratic leadership of MBS many investors are cautious.
Congresswoman Ilhan Omar spent the last three days facing a chorus of criticism after suggesting the Israel lobby’s donations might have something to do with support for Israel in Washington.
Morocco's spat with Saudi Arabia has been on the cards for a long time, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman can't afford for Rabat to distance itself from the Saudi kingdom.
Corruption allegations surrounding the Indian government's aviation deal with France have the potential to lead to a defeat for Modi's government in the upcoming election.
Russia and Iran have cooperated for years to ensure the survival of Bashar al Assad's regime in Syria but as the war winds down, are the two countries competing for a different future in Syria?
The nation-state project hasn't worked in the Middle East and is fragmenting across the world. Can it be salvaged?
The late Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky, before his rivals murdered him, strung together a few immortal words, “You might not be interested in war, but war is interested in you.”
Is Egypt's Abdel Fattah el Sisi becoming president for life?
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