Perspectives

Far-right Eurosceptics did not win as predicted, but the victory of their opponents almost spells their own defeat in five years’ time

The Arab World is now split in two camps: those who support constitutional political processes, pluralism and inclusive politics, and those who back counter-revolutionary forces, which aim to stop the spread of democracy and preserve authoritarianism at all costs.

The abrupt shift in President Trump's policy to back Khalifa Haftar in Libya throws the UN-backed political process into danger.

Turkey's economic, humanitarian and nation-building efforts in Somalia have forged a bond that cannot be derailed by terror attacks.

If Zelensky wants to open a new chapter in Ukrainian history, he should try to completely eradicate the old establishment and put together a team of younger people with no past careers tainted with political scandals

This general election is crucial in determining India’s future polity, and whether or not its secular credentials will persist

Turkish economy is the perfect showcase for how geo-politics affects economies, or more precisely, how a country’s rejection of subordination in international relations leads to threats of economic sanctions by powerful states

While one has borne the brunt of the migrant crisis from the embattled country, the other seeks to reap its benefits.

To maintain their grip on power, the DRS is accused of carrying out large-scale violence, which includes rampant killings and assassinations, and has a history of undermining the country's civilian governments.

Libya requires a determined leadership, empowered by the rule of law, as well as democratic institutions adhering to inclusive policies in order to reverse the rapid deterioration of the country