Jerusalem historical status as one of the world's most conflicted cities looks to be a fate set in stone.
Pakistan’s former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has insinuated that the Supreme Court’s decision to disqualify him is a consequence of challenging the military on cross-border terrorism. Nawaz Sharif’s politics are cynical, but does he have a point?
Italy succumbs to the forces of populism with voters increasingly attracted to leaders railing against the establishment.
Israeli aggression against Palestinians is rooted in fear: the fear that Palestinians have not surrendered their land, their identities, or the will to resist.
Can world leaders pin their fate on the flip flopping of successive US presidents?
It's time we started a new Mother's Day tradition where mothers on conflicting sides of issues can reach out to one another to create greater understanding across the political spectrum.
The recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel does not improve America's standing in the world nor does it bode well for peace in the Middle East. Why? Because that's not the point.
Iraq’s elections will serve as an indication of how the state will restore its sovereignty after fifteen years of direct and indirect foreign influence.
A local Gazan tells his story about living under siege and why he participates in the weekly march to the border.
Malaysians have delivered a shock election victory to the opposition alliance, and in the process have ended sixty years of political dominance centred around one party. So why have Malaysians upended the status quo?
Long awaited municipal elections in Tunisia were marred by low turnout and high abstention rates reflecting pathy and widespread discontent at the slow pace of change seven years after the revolution.
Trump may be bluffing, but is the European Union just having a massive sulk? Could it all be resolved if a few EU leaders just gave the EU's foreign affairs office a little more respect?
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