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.
U.S. lawmakers are distinctly worried that Iran will not live up to its commitment under the nuclear deal.
Many still argue that this Iran is to be viewed as America's enemy in the region not as a partner.
There are more refugees—over 19.5 million—around the world today than at any other time since World War II.
The shortage of informed expertise transcends our borders.
Macedonia is bearing the brunt of the refugee crisis and is forced to largely fend alone.