Without a restoration of environmental policy in Brazil, the worst fires are yet to come.
Boris Johnson and his allies would prefer the vote to happen before October 31 – the date the UK is currently due to leave the European Union
The Brexit Party will not take seats in a snap election, but it could easily stymie the Conservatives’ chances of winning.
The destructiveness of nuclear weapons has been obvious since August 1945, when the US dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Both Japan and South Korea are integral to the world economy and disruptions will have spillovers that will go beyond the two antagonists.
The Saudi government has attempted to become the Arab world’s major power by using its economic clout
If the conflict between the police and citizens resumes and the political system destabilizes, China can swoop in and try to remake Hong Kong in its own image.
The 2019 G7 Summit was like an Agatha Christie play, full of shocks, tensions, surprise reveals and difficulties.
Addressing these challenges requires integrated national and global actions, collaboration between scientists and policymakers, and long-term funding
Conditions apparently have not improved in detention centers across the country.
The new space race is more complex, with private players taking the lead in many ways, but government priorities and policy are still crucial.
Rohingya refugees live in emergency conditions, but still they choose to remain in camps rather to return under a repatriation deal without guarantees of justice for past crimes against them
Both London and Hong Kong are centres of perpetual reinvention.
Boris Johnson intends for the campaign to be fought on the theme of “the people versus the politicians”.
Saudi women will also be allowed to register marriages, divorces and births and to receive official family documents without their guardian’s approval