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New Zealand mosque massacre fueled by social media hate speech

New Zealand mosque massacre fueled by social media hate speech

The attack which killed at least 49 Muslims could not have happened without support and planning on social media.

Analysis: China’s Silk Road Eyes G7 Nations

Analysis: China’s Silk Road Eyes G7 Nations

Italy could sign an MoU on joining the One Road, One Belt initiative when Xi Jinping visits Rome March 20.

Analysis: Schrödinger’s Brexit

Analysis: Schrödinger’s Brexit

You cannot build a stable economic future on a foundation of feelings and false promises, says Russell Merryman,

Religion as a tool of colonialist power in WWI

Religion as a tool of colonialist power in WWI

Hanief Haider examines Hanief Haider examines how the past 100 years of religious politics have shaped the post-colonial Middle East.

Brazilian elections: Two candidates dogged by controversy

Brazilian elections: Two candidates dogged by controversy

Whoever wins the vote will inherit a country of enormous potential almost destroyed by decades of mismanagement.

S Africa is in an economic crisis it cannot afford to waste

S Africa is in an economic crisis it cannot afford to waste

Economic malaise in South Africa is also due to over 57% of youth estimated to be unemployed.

Has Trump forever changed America?

Has Trump forever changed America?

Brett Kavanaugh is another win for corporations and far-right conservatives rallying behind Trump's judicial agenda, writes Graham.

Trump jeopardizes global diplomacy

Trump jeopardizes global diplomacy

Could Trump's lack of historical insight on Iran push the Middle East into yet more armed conflict?

Syria: New proxy battles as Macron cuddles up to Trump

Syria: New proxy battles as Macron cuddles up to Trump

Hanief Haider examines France's growing role in the Middle East crises, from Libya to Syria and back to Washington.

Time running out for Egypt, Ethiopia over Nile issue

Time running out for Egypt, Ethiopia over Nile issue

Are Egypt’s rational diplomatic efforts and new water preservation policies enough to save the country from a looming water crisis?

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