Ai Weiwei engages in the very same racial stereotyping about Germany that he complains, with very thin, if not contrived proof the Germans exhibited toward him.
The U.S. government used to be the chief proponent of strong investor protection clauses in international trade deals. No longer. What happened?
Chinese political authorities state that lower-ranking officials who covered up the spread of the coronavirus would be “nailed on the pillar of shame for eternity.”
Corruption runs rampant in U.S. arms deals in the Middle East.
Right after Iran’s Soleimani was killed, the Saudis arrived at the White House.
The shortsightedness of the United States in allowing arms production facilities in Saudi Arabia and the UAE is unbelievable.
Is Turkey turning into a Russian puppet? Vladimir Putin is showing a remarkable ability to reverse Erdogan’s Syria ambitions.
Media reports about India’s new citizenship rules and its impact on Muslim minorities swings between the tendentious, the comical and the absurd.
Clothes making can provide deep insights into both the character of global leaders and commercial realities.