Muslims everywhere need to reclaim their own narrative.
As soccer grows in popularity in the U.S. and more fields sprout up around the country, in some places in the world building a field is not just about love of soccer, but about freedom. Such is the situation in Wadi Foquin, a small agricultural...
Meetings aimed at establishing friendship between Turkey and Israel are still continuing.
Security forces in Central America are haunted by a troubling past.
The West wrongfully presumes that a tiny Arab country will be able to succeed on its own.
Although the election process itself was indeed chaotic, the electorate clearly demonstrated its desire for a return to democracy.
Next week, negotiators from both sides of the Atlantic will meet in Brussels for the 12th round of TTIP negotiations. In the three years since negotiations began, substantial progress has been made on market access for EU and US companies in...
That means Obama’s policy on Iran is doomed
The lurch toward a more Islamist, autocratic posture by President Recep Tayyib Erdogan has long worried regional and western observers.
The senators ignore that Israeli settlements are an illegal enterprise under international law.