Now more Europeans think that the EU’s aim to be the first carbon-neutral continent by 2050 is once again hampered by national interests.
Among those killed in Gaza were Dunyana al-Amour, 23, a student of fine arts at Al-Aqsa University, and 5-year-old Alaa’ Qaddoum.
Sri Lanka is literally burning because of inflation, which has accompanied a default on the country’s debt.
Ultimately, the Astana Process reflects the nature of politics today.
Maintaining the Grain Deal will be very challenging for Ukraine, Turkey, and the UN.
“The Damage Will Take Time to Repair”: An Interview with Caitlin Welsh on the Impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on Food Security
The world, already hit by the COVID19 global pandemic and struggling with the climate crisis, now faces another serious problem: food insecurity.
“I Kept Three Copies of My Novels Lest They Get Confiscated”: An Interview with Freed Palestinian Prisoner Esmat Mansour
The message of Palestinian prisoners to the world is that they are political prisoners who seek freedom and that there is an Israeli demonization campaign against them.
When Arabs arrived in Central and South America, they had nothing but the clothes they wore. They were called “Turcos” as they carried Ottoman passports.