The other day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to the US.
The tragic incident of the shooting of an American worker took place in one of Riyadh's busiest streets. It was a Tuesday afternoon when hundreds of drivers visit the gas station.
There was a time, as recently as 25 years ago, when military staff colleges around the world taught a reasonably effective doctrine for dealing with terrorism.
The present Constitution of Pakistan was ratified in August 1973. In the years that have passed since then it has suffered much abuse.
The results of assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana — arguably the first test by fire of the Narendra Modi government, which won an unprecedented mandate in the Indian general elections just five
The Ebola virus species that has killed more than 4,000 people in West Africa caught everyone by surprise when it erupted thousands of kilometers from its historical hotbed.
As Alexander Pope famously wrote, “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” The estimable Pope could afford to coin such highbrow quips because he was a poet, not a chief information security officer.
There appears to be a debate currently taking place on how those living in the Gulf states are viewed by their fellow Arab brothers and sisters in other countries in the region.
When people discuss Yemen, they usually refer to the large southwestern area of the Arabian Peninsula strategically sandwiched between Saudi Arabia and Oman with thousands of miles of beautiful and pr
The phrase “Silk Road” evokes a romantic image — half history, half myth — of tented camel caravans winding their way across the trackless deserts and mountains of Central Asia.
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