Over her 70-year reign, the late Queen Elizabeth II traveled to 120 countries for duty, service and personal reasons.
The French Revolution is credited for its violent end to the French monarchy, what it should also be credited with is the stylistic revival among French painters at the time.
Why North and South Korea are divided. A look into the split of Korea at the 38th parallel after World War II.
Recent campaigns of harassment, stigmatization, and repression against the media in Venezuela constitute a clear attack against Venezuelan’s freedom of expression and access to information, which may be part of a broader campaign against civil society in Venezuela, through which the government undermines the work that the media carry out in defense of human rights.
On May 23rd, 1992, anti-Mafia prosecutor Giovanni Falcone died fighting Italy’s La Cosa Nostra, but today, the country faces a new threat in its southern regions.
Breaking down whether long-standing traditions should adapt to today’s woke society?
The 1970s in the United States was a time of love and counterculture.
The biggest initiatives, breakthroughs, and points of contention at the Glasgow climate conference—and how they affect all of us.
Professor Nazif Shahrani gives his unique perspective on the past and present of Afghanistan.
Is International Intervention Ethical? A Look At State Responsibility, Sovereignty & Global Commitment
What are the global obligations of international intervention, and under what circumstances is it ethical?