The Western media has been quick to insinuate that Vladimir Putin may have had something to do with the recent killing of Boris Nemtsov, but the facts seem to suggest otherwise.
Libya is in chaos; it has been since the West and Qatar-aided civil war that brought an end to Colonel Qadhafi’s regime. But another military intervention is definitely not what's needed.
Diego Solis explores the power of words and images in mainstream media and public discourse.
A new project from Canada-based Eco8 aims to alleviate power generation problems on Africa’s largest island.
Instead of creating new laws and new criminals as Bill C-51 would, Canadian politicians should adopt a more holistic approach to the problem of terrorism.
Obama doctrine finally got its field test in India, a chance for the president to ‘walk the walk’ of the US pivot.
John Rosenthal argues that recent Western foreign policy missteps in Libya and Syria have fueled the rise of radical Islam.
Neither conservatives nor liberals have got it totally right in the post-Charlie Hebdo editorial space.
Current trends suggest that Australia will soon lose the ability to behave like a middle power on the world stage.
Geography still has a lot to tell us about the roots of international conflict.