By stepping down now, Angela Merkel can save the German establishment from the populist firestorm that threatens to consume it.
Are the economic benefits of India’s interlinking river project worth the massive and largely unquantified ecological risks?
A long-running linguistic dispute in Cameroon has now spawned a secessionist movement that’s imperiling both the country’s bilateral relations with Nigeria and its cocoa-growing heartland in the southwest.
Any rally that deviates from the laws of supply and demand is destined to be short-lived, and oil prices are no exception.
Anton Salman, the mayor of Bethlehem, in his first interview in 2018: starting from the “Siege of the Nativity church,” passing through Donald Trump’s declaration about Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, ending with the future of Palestine.
It’s time for the international community to get serious about ending the South Sudanese civil war.
Slovenia and Croatia’s border spat over the Bay of Piran doesn’t bode well for EU-directed conflict resolution in the Balkans.
Venezuelans are literally starving as the U.S., China, and Russia jockey for geopolitical position in the troubled South American country.
In a case of history repeating, Moscow is making new diplomatic inroads into both the DPRK crisis and the Israel-Palestine peace process.
Policymakers should tackle Asia’s diversity problem to reap not just a moral dividend, but an economic one as well.