The extent to which the Islamic State has re-established itself in a country where it was supposedly defeated is testament to its resilience and to the appeal of its extremist ideology.
The Brexit melodrama has had the merit of exposing how political decision-making takes place, or more accurately how it is prevented from taking place.
Some people still believe sanctions can produce positive results, but history tells us the contrary. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
Trump is not, of course, in the clear after the Mueller report. But he probably believes that his presidency can survive the other criminal investigations.
Iran’s history shows that its ethnic minorities have always been the Achilles’ heel for any regime.
How might a new way forward on Brexit be uncovered if the existing deal is not accepted? Former Irish Prime Minister John Bruton explains.
For India to maintain its position as a global leader, more concerted efforts at local and federal levels will be necessary to bring women to parity with men.
A prospect of a peaceful Afghanistan is only realistic if the Taliban breaks ties with other terrorist groups, agrees to a ceasefire and joins the intra-Afghan peace talks.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Alexander Gillespie, professor of international law at the University of Waikato, New Zealand.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to John L. Harper, the Kenneth H. Keller professor of American foreign policy at Johns Hopkins University.