It is a painful irony of climate change that those least responsible for the problem are often the most exposed to its ravages.
Shooting down of a Russian warplane by Turkey on Tuesday could not have come at a worse time in the most volatile regions of the world.
It is not for nothing that Narendra Modi has visited Singapore second time since he took over as prime minister 18 months ago.
The presence of American writer and columnist Thomas Friedman in Riyadh has sparked a debate about the purpose of his visit.
“I dreamed I saw Joe Hill last night/ Alive as you or me,” goes the old song.
The board of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) recently approved China’s application to join — an application a decade in the making — and sent it on to member governments fo
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani once defended his country’s intervention in Syria by stating that they only intervened after fighters were “200 meters” away from Damascus.
NATO member Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet on its border with Syria on Tuesday, raising concerns over the potential for a further escalation in the Syrian conflict.
It will take time and an unprecedented collaboration between nations but the odds are stacked against Daesh, which will eventually be defeated and dismantled as an organization in Iraq and Syria.
I read with interest the article “Tampering with civilizations” (Nov. 24) by Ramzy Baroud.
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