Central Asia, a region renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and diverse cultures, is now facing a formidable challenge — climate change.
The Arab Spring of 2011, a series of pro-democracy uprisings that engulfed several largely Muslim countries, including Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Yemen, was a remarkable geopolitical event
The European Council adopted on Friday, at the request of the authorities of the Republic of Moldova, a new framework of restrictive measures that will allow the European Union to impose sanctions.
In a recent development that has caused ripples in international politics, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made a significant and contentious claim.
In an unprecedented move that signals a bold step forward in work-life balance initiatives, both private and public organizations in the Dominican Republic are gearing up for a groundbreaking
The largest proportion of indigenous people, who make up around two-thirds of the population in Bolivia. The country has the second-largest reserves of natural gas in South America, but there have been long-running tensions over the exploitation and export of the resource.
The Catholic Church in Kinshasa says the purpose of “the pastoral trip of Pope Francis to the Congo
Social media is full of “Pray for Lebanon” hashtags yesterday and today after the massive blast that has occurred in the Lebanese Capital, Beirut on Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia and Jordan have reached a landmark agreement to improve trade and economic collaboration through enhanced land transport connectivity.
The European Union is faltering under the constant blows of…
The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, commonly known as the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM)
During the late 1990s, Taiwan was often touted as a best-case scenario of democratization. Despite internal national identity divisions, its authoritarian past, and the military threat from China, Taiwan went through a remarkably smooth and peaceful democratic transition.
Mr. Trong, who emerged on top in a power struggle at the last congress in 2016 and has spearheaded a “blazing furnace” crackdown on corruption in the last five years, was granted an exception to party rules which say people over the age of 65 should retire.
In a world grappling with climate change and water scarcity, a team of engineers from the United States and China has achieved a remarkable breakthrough.
In a significant development for European economic diplomacy, French President Emmanuel Macron held a bilateral meeting with Ovidiu Stanica