Are there any nations today — with the possible exception of China — not struggling with what must be called a fitness problem they have no answer for?
Protesters in Algeria have achieved what appeared to be their principal goal, but there’s definitely more to come. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
Everyone in the US knows “time is money,” but depending on whom you vote for, time past is worth more than time future, or vice versa. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary reports.
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.
As the number of Central Americans coming to the United States has risen since the policy was first announced in January 2019, MPP is not deterring migration so much as increasing hardship on the Mexican side of the border.
With his magnified power over the rules and laws that govern international relations, Donald Trump offers Israel the deed to the Golan Heights.
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 grammar of Brexit, stuck for two years in the subjunctive mood, is now aiming at a shift of moods thanks to Wednesday’s indicative vote. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary reports.
Anti-Muslim hate crime, which spikes following terror attacks, is inextricably intertwined with racism.
How might a new way forward on Brexit be uncovered if the existing deal is not accepted? Former Irish Prime Minister John Bruton explains.