On August 23 the New York Timesreported that the Indian Ministry of External Affairs “won’t say why foreign journalists continue to be blocked from setting
Turkish President Erdogan’s visit to Moscow on 27 August will see him and his Russian counterpart hashing out the details of the Syrian end game.
Take it as given that Israel tends to operate behind the scenes and would prefer to influence affairs covertly rather than overtly, so when Israel
Brazil has always been a land of superlatives. Yet nothing beats the current, perverse configuration: a world statesman lingers in jail while a clownish thug
The furore over antisemitism that has gripped Western countries in the last few years continues relentlessly. Its consequences can already be seen in the anti-BDS (boycott,
Although its precise scale is hard to measure, violent white supremacy is clearly a problem in the United States. From El Paso to Pittsburgh, the
It is possible that Abe’s Korea bashing is a part of his ambition of restoring the pre-1945 Japan where Shintoism ruled the body and the
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