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The siege of Sarajevo explored through the lives of three disparate characters
As Turkey successfully foils the coup, Erdogan must desist from taking harsh measures against the plotters and their allies
Chilcot Inquiry confirms the decision of Britain to get involved in the Iraq war was flawed
Exploring the Balkans to appreciate the various similarities and differences between its historic cities
The likelihood of the UK becoming a fragmented, diminished, intolerant, poor and rights-free country cannot be discounted any longer as the first...
The historic city of Mostar where Muslims, Croats and Serbs are still learning to deal with an uneasy political environment
With less than a week to the EU referendum, all eyes are fixed on the future of the UK
Pakistan’s foreign policy calls for a complete rethink in the changing geostrategic realities
President Tayyip Erdogan’s political ambitions are adding elements of uncertainty in Turkey’s polity
Of ceasefire, its breach, weakening infrastructure… certainly the current situation in Yemen is not sustainable