Given the many resolutions on Syria that have hit a brick wall at the U.N. Security Council, and the endless wrangling among …
Hakkari is in one of the most distant and neglected corners of the country. But the Kurdish area has produced a team without parallel
Germany’s postwar homosexuality laws continue to stigmatize former victims, Turkey’s model of democracy might not necessarily work in Arab Spring nations and Argentina will not give up its claim to the Falkland Islands
New Delhi’s air pollution was worse than Beijing’s on Thursday, China’s surplus labor will disappear by 2025 and Argentina refuses to hold talks over Falkland Islands
The task of electing camp leaders is a novel experience for many displaced Syrians, who still remember the corrupt polling practices of the Assad regime
The murder of three Kurdish nationalists in Paris amid reports of peace talks between Turkey and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party has sparked clashing theories over who is responsible for the killings
One of the most effective anti-Assad militias has just been designated a “terrorist” organization by the U.S. Will that help or hobble the exiled opposition’s attempt to take control of the fight against the regime in Damascus?
The truce reflects a transformation in the region, reflecting the participation of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in the status quo and perhaps the beginning of the rehabilitation of Hamas
The U.S. wants to reshape Syria’s opposition. But there is no guarantee the plan will work
Few expect that the four-day truce in Syria’s civil war scheduled to take effect Friday will hold, much less serve as the prelude to a more sustained peace process.
French prosecutors announce the indefinite detention of seven suspected Islamist extremists arrested on Oct. 6, after raids unearthed guns, bombmaking equipment and evidence of recruiting French radicals to join militias in Syria