Amid the pandemic, Kyrgyz are finding grassroots unity but also sharing widespread frustration with the government.
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Until now the EU has not been able to take a forceful position on Libya or provide meaningful strategies for de-escalation.
Is the state of secularism in Turkey entirely predicated upon the exclusion of worshippers from the Hagia Sophia?
More than annual commemoration, Srebrenica genocide deserves reminder of dangers of ultra-nationalist extremism and bigotry.
The events that transpired in Bosnia should raise alarm bells for those who do not ever wish to witness another Srebrenica. The chauvinistic theo-nationalism that underpinned the Bosnian Genocide is once again on the rise.
Amid the ongoing hate crimes, we have to doubt if nationalist Serbs really learnt anything from what happened in Srebrenica. It is also doubtful if they will commit to making sure that no such massacre will ever happen again.
Ethiopia has a right to capitalise on its resources for development, but Sudanese and Egyptian fears are also justified. The sharing of the Nile waters should be based upon a win-win approach, not a zero-sum game.
The increasing number of mercenaries, who are mobilizing to support Haftar’s self-declared LNA in Sirte, indicates Haftar’s backers are repositioning themselves on the front line for maximum advantage.
The presence of Sudanese fighters not only adds another dangerous element to Libya’s civil war, but also has wide-ranging and destabilising repercussions in Sudan itself.
Are we to replace the known dangers of an ethno-national conflict in Cyprus with a new Cypriot nationalism, one that promotes the old xenophobic trope of the ‘Terrible Turk’?