by Erin Wright Petition that garnered 3.7M signatures has "no legal authority."
The move may result in sanctions against Myanmar, restricting American and international aid.
By Michael Lerner The tide might be starting to turn in the state's efforts against organized crime.Europe,'Ndrangheta,Ernesto Fazzalari,Italy,mafia,Organized crime,Michael Lerner
The conservative People’s Party (P.P.) secured the largest share of votes, but fell short of a majority.
by Erin Wright Muhammadu Buhari's trip to the U.K. flies in the face of his promises to end the practice.
Two decades after apartheid ended, most of the country's land still owned by Whites.
by Michael Lerner Two thirds of investments in Africa's urban infrastructure to 2050 have yet to be done.
by Michael Lerner Nigeria has banned any unlicensed drones, likely ending many private sector uses.
By Michael Lerner The crisis-plagued country is considering exiting up to 34 international organizations.
Fabiano Silveira’s resignation comes within days after planning minister was ousted over similar charges.
By Michael Lerner Police dispersed students protesters in the capital with tear gas and water cannons.
Planning official heard conspiring against ex-leader Dilma Rousseff.
By Michael Lerner The findings show how successful Singapore's efforts to build an innovation economy are.
By Michael Lerner Resolving their 70-year old dispute would make doing business easier.
By Michael Lerner The government's pledge to beef up security to end illegal mining is short on credibility.
An editorial applauds G.O.P. contender's idea of withdrawing the U.S. troops from the Korean Peninsula.
Spain has been gripped by a political gridlock since it failed to form a government last December.
The Leave and Remain camps have been locked in a fierce campaign over the past four months, making their cases primarily on economic issues and the migration crisis in Europe.
Turkey is ranked 151 out of 180 countries in R.S.F.’s latest World Press Freedom Index for 2016.
By Michael Lerner Will clear the way for Israel and NATO to cooperate.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry applauds French initiative.
by Michael Lerner As Egypt, Israel, and Hamas beef up security on Sinai border, the U.S. mulls an exit.
Overhaul announced in series of royal decrees issued by King Salman.
Move comes two days after U.S. Congress rejected four gun control measures in aftermath of Orlando massacre.
Obama bypassed U.S. Congress to enact executive order in 2014.
Violence in almost all of Donald Trump’s rallies has prompted the Secret Service to be on high alert.
After the Orlando massacre, Republican candidate Donald Trump suggests greater scrutiny of mosques.