International

International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 24

India’s controversial dams

The Pakistan-India water dispute has a long history. In the past, India exploited the water ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 23

Britain’s Trojan Horse: A hoax that still harms Muslims

In 2014, sensationalist headlines circulated in the United Kingdom about an alleged Muslim plot to ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 22

The French culture war over Islam shows no sign of ...

Emmanuel Macron may have won the first round of France’s presidential election, but the success ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 22

The Russia-Ukraine war provides an opportunity to reform the UN

The Russia-Ukraine war is forcing the world to acknowledge critical failings in how our international ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 21

The ‘Ukraine effect’ on the world’s poorest and most vulnerable

Global human suffering was already unprecedented before Ukraine exploded. Today, 24 million people in Afghanistan ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 21

Sri Lanka: Gota needs to go – but so does ...

Unprecedented protests have gripped Sri Lanka, with huge crowds calling for the resignation of President ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 20

Canada just got a little more interesting

Canada is a big country with a small imagination – politically speaking. A lot of ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 20

Towards a new Middle East Cold War

Recently, foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, and Egypt joined their American ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 19

Time is running out to save Ukraine’s children and their ...

The war in Ukraine is destroying the lives of millions of children. The bombing of ...
International VOLUME 17 ISSUE # 19

What Turkey can teach Europe about handling a refugee crisis

A new refugee crisis has emerged in Europe with the start of a war in ...