By Alon Ben-Meir, December 2, 2021
When Erdogan leaves the political scene, it will be with a public mixture of contempt and relief – not with the reverence that was bestowed upon Atatürk.
By Denis MacShane, December 1, 2021
In next year’s presidential election, will France retreat from reason and science to embrace radical politics?
By Grete Faremo, November 26, 2021
A sustainable approach to the Covid-19 pandemic could produce better health systems: We need to pay more attention to the last mile hurdle.
By Barry Wood, November 16, 2021
Reflections on the life of the late South African President.
The parallels between the Leninist power usurpation in early 20th century Russia and the Trumpian brigades in today’s United States are becoming ever more eerie.
By Andrés Ortega, November 3, 2021
How the fight against inequality at home unites -- and separates -- Biden and Xi Jinping. And who seems to have the upper hand.
The EU-related obstinacy of Poland’s governing party is rooted not just in the desire to rewrite their own country’s post-war history, or even Europe’s. It is all a big-time deflection maneuver.
By Frank Vogl, October 27, 2021
The governments participating in the November 2021 Biden Summit should hit the authoritarians where it hurts them the most – in their wallets.
By Geetika Jain, October 23, 2021
We usually experience a new place through the sense of sight and taste. Sound, however, is often ignored.
By Denis MacShane, October 19, 2021
We had rising inflation and unemployment. Same today.