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.
Armed group announces death of Ahmed Salama Mabrouk in Syria, shortly after Pentagon says it targeted him near Idlib.
Fresh blow for US Republican presidential candidate as attorney general says his charity engaged in illegal fundraising.
World’s wealthiest nations accused by Amnesty of leaving poorer countries bearing the brunt of global refugee crisis.
Decision denounced by Russia comes as more air raids hit Aleppo with its biggest hospital hit for third time in a week.
The contest for the future of the Asia–Pacific is often treated by analysts and participants as a two-player game. The US and China are trying to ‘lead’ and the ‘winner’ will be the country that can ultimately control the most rules and other players in the system at some unspecified point in the future.
On 4 October 1991, the Parties to the Antarctic Treaty met in Madrid, Spain to sign the ‘Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty’. The Madrid Protocol, as it’s commonly known, put in place an indefinite ban on mining in Antarctica. The treaty came into effect in 1998.
International law has had its go at the waters of the South China Sea, and what a magnificent splash.