hile there always seem to be efforts to rehabilitate Iran’s image at both a regional and international level, usually attempting to make Tehran appear to be the victim rather than the victimizer, few would be naïve enough to deny the fact that Iranian ambitions can actively be classified as being imperial in nature.
he Beirut clashes on Thursday, October 14, 2021, signaled a new chapter in the Beirut blast probe.
ater has been acknowledged by the United Nations as crucial to the fulfilment of all human rights as a key element of life and sustainable development.
mong the many afflictions that Africans must endure today, the most dangerous might be their leaders’ growing enthusiasm for geopolitics.
he Erbil Conference that took place on September 24, 2021, and hosted more than 300 Iraqi delegates from all across Iraq, including tribal and religious leaders, called for the normalization of ties between Baghdad and Tel Aviv following the examples of Bahrain, Morocco, the UAE, and Sudan in 2020.
hen the news circulated that Morocco's leading political group, the Development and Justice Party (PJD), has been trounced in the latest elections, held in September, official media mouthpieces in Egypt celebrated the news as if the PJD's defeat was, in itself, a blow to the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood movement.
The 10th anniversary of this sophisticated diplomatic engagement was celebrated both in Mogadishu and Ankara with ceremonies and conferences that evaluated and reflected upon the developments and outcomes of this relationship during the last ten years.
e learn more about the climate crisis every year.
he Dissident is not just a documentary of interest to those who follow Middle East or global politics, but to anyone who wonders how far politicians could go violent – violating all known moral and human values – to hold on to power.
Border Patrol agents on horseback using lariats, ropes used by horse riders, to chase down and push back Haitian migrants – women, men, and even children – stumbling through the Rio Grande in the hope of crossing over the Mexican border into Texas.
y August 2021, more than 50 countries have announced their National Artificial Intelligence Strategies (NAIS).
n Friday, August 22, 2019, Hacire Akar became the first Kurdish mother to start a sit-down protest in front of the provincial headquarters of the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), the pro-Kurdish and third largest opposition party, in southeastern Turkey’s Diyarbakir.
he next mass shooting in America is expected to happen in less than 13 hours.
igital media is a double-edged sword and many governments around the world now fear that social media may jeopardize their national security.
ighteen years after the fall of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Iraqi Shiites are divided on the relationship between political power, ethnicity, and religious legitimation.
n urgent task is awaiting us: considering the progression of events, we must quickly liberate ourselves from the limits and confines placed on the Afghanistan discourse, which have been imposed by US-centered Western propaganda for over 20 years, and counting.