The chance of war may be much greater than before President Trump made the decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.
The EU is looking at ways to salvage the Iran nuclear deal.
A discussion on the worsening tensions between Israel and Palestine, the U.S. role in the conflict, and the future for Palestinians.
A discussion of the brewing conflict between Israel and Iran, the impact of the U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, and Moscow’s role in the Middle East.
Why do Indian voters knowingly vote for politicians with pending criminal proceedings against them and why do political parties recruit criminal politicians among their rank and file?
Walking away from the Iran nuclear deal could mean that Iran is free to continue developing nuclear weapons.
Despite a warm relationship between the two leaders, President Trump’s threats to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal risk creating complications for President Macron.
French President Emmanuel Macron sees his visit to Washington, DC as a chance for U.S. President Donald Trump to address some of his concerns with the existing Iran nuclear deal while still saving the deal itself.
A discussion of what Macron hopes to achieve from discussions with Trump on key issues during his trip to Washington.
The basic income conversation is alive and well in India, particularly in the wake of an analysis conducted by the Indian Ministry of Finance’s 2016–17 Economic Survey.
Syrian refugees want a free, just, and accountable system of governance in Syria.
The euphoria from the fall of Muammar Qaddafi was short-lived for Libyans, as militias and tribes turned on each other and the country quickly descended into civil war.
A discussion on how different states use cyber proxies and the challenges they pose.
The Maghreb continues to see a rise in discontent and militancy due to governmental indifference towards marginalized border regions.
The United States has fallen behind in women’s political representation, but some European practices may offer a solution.
After the firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, his potential successor Mike Pompeo may perhaps reverse the former’s deep cuts to the State Department and bring it back up to basic functionality.
How a bipartisan statement asking the states to work with Congress on the threat of Russia was watered down in the Senate.
There is no doubt that the U.S.-Russia relationship is now inherently adversarial. There are very few guardrails in place.
While China is unlikely to have a debt crisis, it will face more difficulties when making the adjustment as debt accumulates. A strong leadership may then be required to implement necessary reforms.
How China and the United States exert influence in Asia and the evolving roles of each in the region.