Court faces unenviable choice over prosecution of deposed al-Bashir
US president has signalled that he wants those who accused him of collusion to face some kind of reckoning, including being investigated themselves, writes ...
The hypocrisy of the ANC siding with the oppressor regime in Venezuela is cringeworthy, writes Tony Leon
Beginning with Chávez and continuing under Maduro, Venezuela has evolved into a rampant kleptocracy, writes Anthea McCarthy-Jones
The digital age offers many opportunities but also threats to democracy and good governance
Policy interventions can change the speed of change — or delay it. The signs are not terribly encouraging in Tanzania
President Donald Trump become an embarrassment to many of his compatriots, and left America’s traditional allies around the world tearing their hair out in ...
The US president used both the pipe bombs and the synagogue shooting to remind Americans and the world that he is a Republican president first
'The dominance of the old media is under threat from the new'
'Every day now, in the newspapers here, I read about some shocking case of racial profiling'
'Riyadh certainly has never been known for its respect for human rights. But even Saudi Arabia hasn’t typically operated in such an unrestrained way. What’s ...
'Although there were only two options at the Brexit referendum in 2016 – stay or leave - there are now several more, none of which seem capable of commanding a ...
'Korea’s transformation from a poor, developing to a developed country is known as the ‘Miracle on the Han River’. But it was no miracle'
'Cost escalations, hidden charges and other nasty surprises have soured one country after another on Chinese-led infrastructure'
The global slowdown looks largely induced by politics. And the prime suspect is Donald Trump and his desire to put 'America first'
One missile shown on Iranian state television carried the slogan: “Death to America, “Death to Israel, Death to al Saud”
'For much of the world’s population, we’re already at or near the worst levels endured during the 2008 price spike'
The Pew Research Center found 70 percent of people surveyed across 25 countries this year said they lacked confidence in Trump