On 06 October 2016, the US (both White House & State Department) strongly condemned Israel for approving plans for new settlement construction, in West Bank.
On 09 October 2016, it was reported that ISIS had lost more than 30% of the territory, it controlled in January 2015.
In July 2015, Dr. AQ Khan, father of Pakistan’s Nuclear bomb, said Pakistan could nuke New Delhi from Kahuta, within 5 minutes.
On 02 October 2016, voters in Columbia rejected the landmark peace deal with FARC rebels. The deal was signed between President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leader Timoleon Jimenez.
With both tech companies talking at cross purposes, it is anybody's guess when the Trump-blessed deal will walk the rocky path up the aisle.
Despite his administrative blunders and his brash criticism of his rivals, one cannot be dismissive of President Trump's chances in the November elections. His oddities are what keep his supporters glued to his side, come what may.
Will Beijing fulfil its public undertaking on carbon neutrality when its economic goals are at conflict with environmental targets?
Putin's credential as a strongman in foreign policy has been put to the test by a series of crises in his own backyard
With the right resolve, ‘AI Partnership for Defence’ can become the precursor to a global framework on ethical uses of military AI.
Barbados is set to bid adieu to the Queen as their sovereign but will remain a part of the Commonwealth for economic and socio-political advantages
The adverse impact of the pandemic is threatening gender –regressive effects if immediate steps are not taken to counter it. Its implications are far wider than was initially perceived.
A floating Atlantis can be a desirable alternative for population explosion and rising seas, only if financial, technological, and governance concerns are effectively addressed.
Cyberspace has opened a gateway for adversaries to disrupt democratic processes and weaken liberal democracies
Though the Right to Information Act has had a good run so far, its future as a citizen’s tool to question the state, must be jealously guarded.
The beleaguered travel industry has to re-invent itself to emerge from the ashes of the pandemic if it hopes to seek a revival.