From Iran to Israel to Lebanon, a recent panel discussion painted a dark picture of what lies ahead for the Middle East.
For nearly three years, Sinam Sherkany Mohamad has worked the corridors of power in Washington to drum up American support for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which she represents as the U.S. envoy for the Syrian Democratic Council.
Elections in Belarus — home to what is often referred to as Europe’s last dictatorship — are typically a mundane affair. But this coming presidential race is shaping up to be anything but boring.
Sorry, I couldn’t resist the cheesy headline, but on a more serious note, while the debate over the effectiveness of the World Health Organization is much-needed and has merit, it’s also riddled with myths and misconceptions about what the WHO can and cannot do.
Prior to coronavirus, few would’ve pegged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin as effective political partners. But they have proven to be just that during the pandemic.
It’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the head-spinning ways that coronavirus has upended our world, but one development that’s flown relatively under the radar has been the postponement of the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow that was set for November 2020.
My long-winded take on Bernie’s (long overdue) exit from the race.
Coronavirus has exposed a cultural divide over the importance of wearing masks in public — and opened up a healthy debate about their effectiveness.
The year 2019 was marked by seismic protests in Hong Kong, Iraq, Sudan and Chile, but Covid-19 put a stop to mass gatherings. Can these protests movements survive coronavirus?
Can the Hirak social movement, which has consumed the streets of Algeria over the last year, take advantage of the coronavirus lockdown to better organize itself and ultimately assert more power in the beleaguered North African nation?