Of all the myths that surround the Israeli-Arab conflict, the most prominent and cherished is that the inevitable solution is a two-state framework.
Something deadly is creeping across African borders, undetected
Though action on the pitch has now taken some of the spotlight away from the protests, the question remains: will this movement’s newfound visibility have any effect on presidential elections in October?
With less than two weeks to go before much-anticipated presidential elections in Indonesia, the race between Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and Prabowo Subianto is closer than anyone would have imagined.
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan may have faded into the background over the past decade, but two high-profile airport attacks in Pakistan suggest that the militant group has returned as a threat.
Our Geneva-based Director Benjamin Syme Van Ameringen sits down with H.E. Ambassador Faizel Ismail, South Africa’s Permanent Representative to the World Trade Organization (WTO), to discuss TRIPS, the BRICS, and what the future holds for one of the world’s preeminent trade forums.
A decisive electoral win in the world’s largest democracy has the potential to re-draw some of Asia’s longstanding geopolitical fault lines.