Syrians feel abandoned

The incredible ascent of the IS fighters is having us wondering, not only about how they have come so far, so quickly, but how their military exploits have effectively overshadowed other momentous dev

Do more before Ebola reaches tipping point

Watching a BBC report this week on a desperate family in Liberia that had a male member ill with the Ebola virus, driving from one emergency medical center to another, only to be turned away from them

Between hope and history

Friday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India’s military had shut up Pakistan’s army during the deadliest week of fighting in more than a year.

Similarities between Crusaders and Zionists

Lately, the words “Crusaders” and “Zionists” have been appearing more and more often as twins.

Communal card no longer works

A lot more is at stake in Maharashtra assembly elections than just the impact of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s political campaign.

Why do Indians embarrass Indians?

What is it with Indians that other Indians embarrass us? Don’t lie. Face it. We all have had this experience even the rich and arrogant.

Kobani: Pinning hopes on PKK is dangerous

Both during the Gezi protests and after the Dec. 17 operations, some names in the international media offered an inaccurate description of the developments in Turkey.

Future of evidence-based medicine

Evidence-based medicine, as David Sackett and his colleagues wrote in 1996, is “the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual

India, Pakistan remain prisoners of their past

Many Pakistan watchers in India, including those ever hungering after a juicy bone or two to tear into the irksome neighbor, are convinced that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is on his way out.

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