This is not a ‘migrant crisis’; this is a crisis of inhumanity.
With the decree, Assad hopes to control Syria’s weakened Sunni demographic by bringing loyalist ulema into the regime.
The recent regional elections were billed as a test for the beginning of the end of a years-long political stalemate.
The visit will help lay the groundwork for further joint economic and strategic agreements between the two countries.
The UK government's plan to strip individuals of their citizenship on the basis of heritage only highlights the conditional nature of citizenship for many vulnerable communities.
Anti-refugee rhetoric is a useful distraction from government corruption and incompetence.
An alliance of supporters of the Indian and Israeli governments have found common ground with an Armenian group looking to push Islamophobic policies in the West.
The narrow base from which the Taliban draws its leaders, coupled with the tendency toward oligopoly among its opponents, helps explain why Afghanistan’s leaders have hardly changed over the past two decades.
Short answer: Yes. Long answer: No.
Tel Aviv and Ankara have the opportunity to de-escalate tensions and establish dialogue after the turbulent Netanyahu era.
Ankara and Abu Dhabi’s relationship has been shaped by rivalry for several years. What fruits might normalisation bear?
Tracing the journey of an impressive farmer leader, who once was employed as a lowly police constable in Delhi.
Modi’s yielding to farmers' demands is a major victory for the protesters, but it’s also a calculated manoeuvre before crucial state elections in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and elsewhere.
The indifference towards racial slurs - and the violence they entail - attests to how deeply ingrained racism is in modern Britain.
Washington’s ill-planned approach strengthened the Taliban insurgency. Now, Kabul risks doing the same to Daesh-K.
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