The global resonance of the Women’s March on Washington sent out the signal that the silent majority will register its resistance against rising intolerance and prejudice
China is hoping to galvanise two regional trade proposals — the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and the Free-Trade Agreement of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP) — following the formal exit
The UAE endorsing India’s concerns on terrorism underscores the challenges facing the Gulf kingdoms at a time when the IS is rising
The return to nationalism is in the high pressure bubble of 24/7 news, pushing populist leaders towards staking out positions from where retreat is difficult
Pakistan on Tuesday conducted the first flight test of long range surface-to-surface ballistic missile Ababeel.
Labour Party says it will seek amendments to ensure proper scrutiny of the Brexit process
President Xi Jinping’s message to the World Economic Forum in Davos was timely and perhaps visionary as well, in this time of extraordinary global uncertainty.
There’s already a whiff of Russia’s hand in the U.S. President’s win, and the crisis in the American media is playing out as a Cold War plot
New U.S. President had targeted both trade agreements in his campaign; he also promises to lower taxes ‘massively’
Despite the belligerence and rhetoric of his campaign, some had hoped that Donald Trump, in his inaugural address, would seek to heal the wounds created by a divisive campaign.
Ms. Suu Kyi’s response to the crisis has been inadequate and half-hearted. She is clearly unable to reconcile the moral question of the Rohingyas’ human rights
The premier trade body plans to take a delegation to the U.S. in February in an attempt to reach out to the Trump administration
The World Economic Forum and the the Marine Science Institute of University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), have announced a partnership to improve the health of the world’s oceans and maritime r
Japan’s acknowledgements of its brutal past are of a notably different tenor from Germany, for example
While Mr. Trump’s harangues mirrored the very opposite of Mr. Obama’s language of hope, both treated politics as something transcending policy prescriptions
The British Foreign Secretary has sought Indian assistance in resolving current tensions between the U.K., the U.S. and Mauritius over the future of the U.S. military base Diego Garcia
Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech on her government’s plans for Britain’s exit from the EU was many things at once — a declaration of intent, a warning, a motivational talk
Instead of finding new causes to fight for, Mr. Obama can focus on the unfinished agenda of his presidency
There was scant recognition of the challenge that the government’s immigration policy would pose to its ability to strike deals outside the region
Retaking Raqqa:Fighters from the Kurdish-Arab alliance in December preparing for an assault on Raqqa from Aliyah, a village on the outskirts of the IS-held city.