After more than a hundred years, Nada Fayad remembers how her Lebanese grandfather survived the Titanic.
Turkey’s human rights record has once again dogged Ankara’s admission to the EU, but it’s not the real reason for derailing the process.
Saudi Arabia has won a major battle in Europe through concerted lobbying efforts to reverse its inclusion in the EU’s “blacklist,” intended to penalize countries which fail to combat terrorism financing and money laundering and encourage them to take measures to reform lax regulatory systems.
In unilaterally revoking Shamima Begum’s UK citizenship, the British government is taking an extremely dangerous direction that contravenes the principles of democracy and international law.
The International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25, and the following 16 Days of Activism that are now underway, are a reminder that gender-based violence (GBV) is still prevalent throughout the world, and that proactive engagement and education are the only way to eradicate it.
The Italian-sponsored conference in Palermo could not solve Libya’s problems, but some parties came out on top while others lost the opportunity to gain.
The centenary of the World War I armistice rings hollow in a world still scorched by war. We claim to remember the dead, but we have forgotten the living.