Turkish Cyprus debates whether the country's leader politicised aid from Greek Cyprus.
The country is headed for a period when desperation, paranoia, and racism, allied with a climate of fear and uncertainty, could start a chain reaction that leads to not just economic collapse, but a violent and indefinite period of social collapse.
If the heinousness of yesterday's terror attack in Afrin won’t move PKK/YPG sympathisers, including some international observers, then what will?
Is the move a manifestation of Saudi Arabia’s new-found penchant for nationalism, which could incur a US backlash for undermining the US shale oil industry?
The virus is changing the US as Trump's antagonistic relationship with state governors compromises the nation's fight against the pandemic.
The virus presents us with an unprecedented opportunity, and obligation, to reconfigure how we live. The joke will be on us for not taking it.
Philosophers and psychologists may provide an explanation for the tedium some of us feel during lockdown.
The US State Department clearly signalled last week that it was eyeing specific talent from the developing world, especially those with skills to mitigate the effects of Covid-19.
Human civilisation will need to invent a new understanding of what it means to be human.
With no roof over their heads and no food to sustain themselves, the homeless around the world are one of the most vulnerable groups in light of the global pandemic.
As Berlin prepares to resettle "an appropriate share" of Syrian children, it remains to be seen whether these young minds will be disassociated from their parents and cultures entirely as they are integrated in their host country.
As coronavirus epidemic spreading around the world, cities are becoming deserts amid fear of being infected drives people to stay their houses.
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