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The collusion of political elites and organised crime has created a market for mercenaries and hitmen in countries with socio-economic instability
Having suspended their dispute over aircraft subsidies, the United States and European Union can collaborate more widely on trade and technology.
By contributing to ‘medical internationalism’ and producing its own home-grown vaccine, Cuba has increased its standing in the international community.
Unless measures are taken to put aside political differences, Lebanon will find it challenging to recover from its debilitating economic crisis.
By recommencing trade and investment negotiations with Brussels, New Delhi hopes to counter Beijing’s role in the global value chain.
Beset with Islamic and racial violence, the French Republic once again woke up to rumblings within the powerful military fraternity.
President Biden’s humane immigration Bill may face roadblocks in garnering bipartisan support as a fresh wave of asylum seekers crowd its borders and a pandemic that refuses to die.
From distribution mechanisms to questions over some of the vaccines themselves, the global drive should constantly learn and evolve.
The historic ruling by the British Supreme Court, which affirms the employment rights of Uber drivers, can have a ripple effect in the international domain.
The fear of alienating the hard-line support base ensures that conspiracy theories remain a part of the Republican agenda, despite causing fissures in the party.
The U.S. government is again debating reparations for Black American slavery, but will it make up for generations of systemic repression?
As the UAE and Bahrain close ranks with Israel, other Arab states may follow too, leaving Palestine with just a clutch of supporters for its cause.
China joining the Arms Trade Treaty, which is skewed towards arms exporters, does not spell good news for importer nation-states.
China’s ambition to emerge as a global norm-setter in the digital space is already extracting dividends through its ‘Digital Silk Road’ initiative.
The debilitating effect of the pandemic may force Pyongyang to rethink its isolationist policies and seek access to much-needed medical and economic aid
Several issues hang in the air ahead of UK's final goodbye from the EU. The summit slated for mid-October could be the last-ditch effort for a deal
The focus this time around is on the undecided voters who may get trapped in a flood of online “filter-babble."
The August 4 Beirut blast has only aggravated the economic and political quagmire the nation finds itself in-salvation lies in intent and deep reforms
The region is in turmoil with Ankara denouncing the recently concluded Egypt –Greece deal and external powers-Russia, EU and France- jumping into the fray
Any popular movement that aspires to replace Lukashenko in Minsk will need to first contend with Moscow and its geopolitical bearings in Central Asia