In his recent debate with his opponent Hillary Clinton, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pressed his claim that US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is politically motivated. The Fed, Trump claims, is applying overdoses of monetary stimulus to hypnotize voters into believing that economic recovery is underway.
This year and next, voters in leading Western democracies will make decisions that could fundamentally change the West – and the world – as we have known it for decades. In fact, some of these decisions have already been made, the main example being the United Kingdom’s vote in June to leave the European Union.
In one East Jerusalem neighbourhood, settlers have been trying for years to drive Palestinians out, family says.
Jordanians voice concern over government economic threats and country’s sovereignty in Israel gas deal.
As EU prepares for Brussels Afghanistan conference, Afghan refugees weigh returning to homeland consumed by violence.
Emotions ran high in the streets of Bogota as referendum results came out.
Protest group argues that white Americans are enduring “genocide” at the hands of immigrants and interracial marriage.
Afghans still divided over whether the Taliban is the enemy or a band of “dissatisfied brothers”.
There is an urgent need to lay the foundation for a genuine social cohesion while respecting citizens’ diversity.
Shimon Peres argued that peace is an Israeli need and not a favour to Arabs or Palestinians.