The images from the Sydney skyline are so indelible not because the city is located in the developed world, but because they represent the front gates of hell.
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 shortsightedness of the United States in allowing arms production facilities in Saudi Arabia and the UAE is unbelievable.
Clothes making can provide deep insights into both the character of global leaders and commercial realities.
The Russian President aims at staying in power forever. Who are his role models?
The two messages from the Iranian people to their leaders: First, for all your gloating about Iran’s nuclear arsenal, nobody can eat nuclear weapons. Second, we want a different future.
The ardent defenders of President Trump’s reckless foreign policy claim that the “deep state” is out to get the President of the United States. Do they have a case?
Jean-Pierre Lehmann, a true thinker between cultures, serves as an example to us all for his unstinting courage.
What are the real driving forces of British politics? Reflecting on the Tory victory in the UK’s 2019 general election.
Lower-income voters, at least in the U.S. and UK cases, care more about cultural messaging than their share of the economy.