Was there any logic, or perhaps some hidden strategy, behind the PLO’s maneuvers at the UN Security Council last week?
Nearly six years after Sri Lanka’s army destroyed the Tamil Tigers, their ghosts are haunting a bitterly fought presidential election as the embattled incumbent seeks to boost his share of the vote.
Indian politics is experiencing a dangerous trend: The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the opposition Congress locking horns over an alleged “terror boat,” which reportedly originated from Pak
Even in the 68th year of its existence, Pakistan seems rudderless unsure whether to be a genuine democracy or continue to remain a pseudo-military state.
Trial by TV continues in India with vigor and a complete absence of legal protocol.
In a much-anticipated move, Saudi Arabia plans to reopen its embassy in Baghdad and a consulate in Erbil after 24 years, giving further impetus to recent initiatives by the Kingdom to unify the Arab w
Nobody knows for sure how many people risk their lives every year just to reach the European shores.
It is hard to say whether Kim Jong-un will, to any extent, be placated by nominations for the Golden Raspberry Awards, which feature The Interview — the comedy that has played a central role in stirri
The failure of a Palestinian/Arab bid to pass a resolution last week at the UN Security Council essentially setting a deadline to end the Israeli occupation and allowing for the creation of an indepen
What I wrote in my previous column about the threat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria’s (ISIS) against Saudi Arabia was not a difficult prophecy to make as ISIS festers inside Iraq, not far from
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