In the fourth edition of its magazine Dabiq IS aggressively promoted sex slavery as an Islamic practice, arguing that the practice conforms to the teaching and example of Muhammad and his companions.
The Congo is rich in fertile land, expansive river systems, and with unimaginable mineral wealth; all from a country that is the second largest, and fourth most populous in Africa.
Will the Eurozone farewell Greece?
Europe all too often acts like a head detached from its essential soul. It makes mountains of policy but reflects little about its big picture destiny.
All of the South China Sea's political and territorial issues come to a head with Sampaguita, an undeveloped natural gas field off the southern Philippine island of Palawan.
There are five dimensions that demonstrate how Erdogan has badly regressed from what would have otherwise been his great legacy.
The European Union (EU) runs the risk of being labelled 'Jew-hater' should it proceed with its plans requiring supermarkets and other retailers to label products made by Jews in Judea and Samaria
The BDS manifesto makes clear that its punitive measures are to be pursued until Israel ends its occupation and colonization of all Arab lands.
June 20th was the International Red Cross 'World Refugee Day'. Not that we have anything at all to celebrate.
The international community has a role to play in national disaster relief. Leaving it to the locals is not good enough.
As Nietzsche put it, 'This is the hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love…'
If once the Green Line was conceived as a border that could provide a just solution between Israelis and Palestinians, currently the Green Line serves as a very effective mechanism of colonial control.