Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Would Israelis and Palestinians now be living in peace with one another if a Jewish extremist had not assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin 20 years ago?
The EU, desperate for help to solve the migrant crisis, has little option but to deal with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his own terms after a stunning election victory Sunday, analysts say.
Investigators are still trying to determine what led to the sudden and catastrophic breakup of a Metrojet plane Saturday over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, just 23 minutes after the Russian-operated jetliner took off from the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
There's much speculation about Russia's motives for intervening in Syria. The root answer lies in the timing.
England 2015 will be remembered as the "best" and as the tournament that put the "World" into World Cup.
As you listen to the unfolding discussion on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, do not be surprised if you hear as much about geo-strategic competition as you do about trade or economics.
Any plausible game plan for capping the rise of Earth's surface temperature depends on replacing fossil fuels with energy sources that generate little or no carbon pollution.
Monday, November 2, 2015
As tensions mount in the South China Sea, the Japanese are worried their self-defense forces will be involved in armed conflicts between the United States and the People's Republic of China.
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Taiwan "techpreneurs," take note. During our recent Milken Institute Asia Summit held a few weeks back in Singapore, we shared several lessons from the U.S. state of California that Asia, including Taiwan, can build on if the region is to become a center of global invention and innovation.
A year after Jean-Claude Juncker took charge of what he called the "last chance" European Commission, his plans to win back skeptical voters have been partly sidelined by existential threats like the migrant and Greek crises, analysts say.