Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia are constructive partners for Libya and their contributions seem to have been largely welcomed by the Libyans and the United Nations.
While the U.S. is still debating policies about how to contain Russia and China, the Biden administration needs to accept multipolar realities and start carrying out strategic policies toward its allies, instead of short-sighted tactical moves. If Biden is willing…
The question is how could a person like Naftali Bennett with allegations of war crimes against him become the prime…
Hawkish politics against the Muslim minority in Austria has to stop. Otherwise, the societal divide instigated by the government will…
One thing is for sure: the Colombian people have changed. In a country, where everything bad happened and at the…
Nakba Survivors Speak: “The sky was our blanket and the ground was our mattress”
Exploiting the Female Body: The YPG Case
Political Blocks in the Middle East
How Political Borders Are Redrawn in the Balkans, Caucasus and the Middle East
Kingdoms of Fire: The Political Backstage (Part I)
Today, we have children carrying guns because they think that the war is a solution. We need to reverse this psychology and convince people to think that we can make peace.
Peace is the objective, but false peace only postpones conflict and often makes the subsequent conflict much worse.
What is the future of Afghan peace talks? Will Afghans finally see peace in the war-torn country after two decades of war?