The vicious cycle of curfew, strikes, nocturnal raids and indiscriminate use of force in India-held Kashmir continues unabated for the fourth week.
Both Islamists and Islamophobes find Islam and democracy incongruent. Some cite a verse that deprecates majority views. To call Islam anti-democracy by citing a brief verse non-contextually is odd.
To understand what the Kremlin thinks about the prospect of Hillary Clinton becoming the U.S. president, it was enough to watch Russian state television coverage of her accepting the Democratic nomination.
Less than two weeks after the historic victory of the Philippines in the South China Sea dispute, China successfully repulsed two attempts to obtain a symbolic implementation of the decision of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague.
Status: Complicated. That's probably the best way to describe my relationship status with Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo.
The no-man's land near Tilathi in Saptari district on the Nepal-India border was a scene of clashes between Nepalis and Indians for several days this past week -- before security forces from both sides intervened to restore order.
Instead of fuming about the coup, turkey's president must introspect his own conduct.
Zbignew Brzezinski, U.S. President Jimmy Carter's national security advisor, drew an expressive summary of the military foundation of Pax Americana shortly after Washington normalized relations with Beijing in 1979 by derecognizing the Republic of China in Taiwan.
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We continuously struggle to understand the realm of cyberspace and, considering its evolving nature, it seems impossible to achieve perfectly drafted legislation on the subject.
The horrific story of the murder of Sagar Barman, aged 10, was published in the front page of The Daily Star and other leading dailies of the country on July 25.