With the US President Donald Trump’s decertification of Iran nuclear deal, the prospect of peace and stability in the Middle East appears to be a distant dream. Largely seen as dangerously irresponsible act,
The 2016 US presidential election took an interesting, and what seems to be a protracted, turn in July last year when the DNC server was hacked and nearly 20,000 leaked emails were published by Wikileaks. The emails indicated infighting, unsavory feelings, quid-pro-quo deals, rigged town-hall events, and flip-flopping on policy positions.
"The rule of fear has been banished from Gambia for good. To all of you forced by political circumstances to flee our country, you now have the liberty to return home," These were the clear sentiment of President Adama Barrow, the newly elected President of the Republic of Gambia. On Saturday 10th January 2016, something happened.
Saudi Arabia’s decision to allow women to attend sporting events in three of the country’s stadiums raises as many questions as it provide answers that go to the core of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s reforms and the kingdom’s sports policy.
Most Americans are aware that there are three branches in the U.S. Government - the Legislative, The Executive, and the Judiciary.
Consider the situation that the State Duma Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation (Lower House of the Russian Parliament) has called on the Russian government to immediately allocate money to projects aimed at combating anti-Russian propaganda, Russianophobia, and false information about the Russian Federation in the European Union.
The Spanish political crisis unfolds along the expected lines. Reaction followed action. Power struggle in Spain is taking a new twist.
The Democratic Opposition in Venezuela have been announced as this year's Sakharov Prize laureate, following a decision by Parliament President Antonio Tajani and the political groups leaders on 26 October.