The frustration of European countries with the United States is at historic highs, as Washington threatens sanctions against European companies that continue to do business with Iran after the U.S. reneged on its participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)...
The May 13 parliamentary elections in Iraq showed that local issues, personalities, and organization are at play in Iraq’s elections...
The toxic allure of the call to terror by the so-called Islamic State was on tragic display over three days in two countries. As the terrorist group suffers persistent and crushing losses, its narrative of an ‘us versus them’ ideology continues to radiate outwards across the globe
In 1968, China extended a 30-year interest-free credit to build a railroad from Zambia’s copper mines to Tanzania’s coast...
On May 7, in the Pakur district of the Indian state of Jharkhand, a 17-year old woman was raped and then set on fire, the latest in a string of high-profile attacks against women in a country where sexual violence is significantly underreported