Cuts to the higher education budget have brought tens of thousands on to the streets of Brazil, in a first wave of mass protests against Jair Bolsonaro’s government.
With its global repercussions, it is inevitable that Brexit will affect the Middle East and North Africa.
Indians need more opportunities, not cash transfers that drive up wages, lower incentives to work and hurt small businesses.
The deterioration of relations comes at a time when Vladimir Putin hopes to breathe new life into the supranational entity of a Union State.
Italy must return to the lira because joining the euro has been disastrous and sticking with it would be suicidal.
The US media uncritically celebrate the wealthy and suppose that their every thought may be a pearl of wisdom. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
World Bicycle Relief, a nonprofit organization that builds and distributes bicycles in rural areas of the developing world, is the 2019 winner of the Lipman Prize.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Dr. Edward Wastnidge, a lecturer in international studies at the Open University.
John Bolton has the passion of an ideologue and the patience of a realist.Only 70 days into his presidency, Ronald Reagan faced an assassination attempt. While he was in surgery and the vice president was mid-flight over Texas, Secretary of State Alexander Haig famously declared in front of the press, “As of now, I am in control here, in the White House.” Haig’s statement was a surprise to everyone else in the Reagan administration — as well as to anyone with a passing familiarity with the line of succession outlined in the Constitution.
Xi Jinping finds an alternative to exceptionalism to consolidate China’s bid to lead the global economy.