President Putin views geopolitical relations as insurance for his country's stability, pursuit of Russia’s assertive stance globally
Climate change could help cholera make a comeback unless a concerted effort is made to spread awareness.
A new law in Russia can pave the way for the government to have greater control over what Russians can access on the internet.
The connection between Georgia and Azerbaijan is a unique model of cooperation in the region
Volodomyr Zelensky might be a comedian but the first round of voting has shown that his candidacy is no joke.
The trick is now for the Algerian army to set up a transitional process after Abdelaziz Bouteflika's resignation that satisfies both the protesters and the powerful elite.
Apart from protecting Israel from criticism, the smear campaign directed against Omar is merely an attempt to stifle this new wave of youthful political activism, which paved the way for greater representation of minority groups and women in the U.S.
Turkey leaves its local elections behind, covered by national and global media outlets. But the question remains: does Western media understand local dynamics?
The switch to a presidential system has breathed new life into Turkey's democracy.
Turkey's local elections have taken on the narratives of a larger general election, and as a result, party loyalty might trump local issues and the economic slowdown.