The G-7— a group of the most industrialised and democratic countries, comprising the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Japan and the European Union (EU)
The NATO summit at Madrid has revealed a new resolve to strengthen the Western military alliance in the face of Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The relationship between Scotland and England is historically complex. The Scots despite their long constitutional union with Britain since 1707 never surrendered their strong sense of Scottish identity.
The Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa (BRICS) grouping is a complex formation in geographical and ideological terms. It spans four continents – Asia, Europe, Africa, and South America – and spans democracy and communist polities. Formed in 2009, the group has managed to survive despite the tensions between China and India, and it is now poised to expand. Iran and Argentina want to join the group. Pakistan too is apparently keen to be part of it, though Islamabad has complained that India is posing an obstacle.
Ecuador in north-west south America is experiencing the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic with the economy shrinking, and the people unable to bear the costs of living. It is the same problem that many countries in Europe, Africa and Asia are facing too.
The initiative taken by the Sharjah Government Communication Award to honour organisations that have taken urgent action to combat climate change
The expected majority opinion penned by Justice Samuel Alito said the Constitution nowhere guarantees the right to abortion, and it is for the elected representatives in the states to regulate abortion laws in varying degrees.
The Geneva-based Office of the United Nations High Commissioner of Human Rights has concluded that the bullets that killed Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh of Al-Jazeera on May 11
The United Supreme Court has on Thursday delivered a controversial 6-3 verdict overturning a 1913 New York law restricting the carrying of handguns in public, saying that it is part of the Second Amendment to the US Constitution, forming the basis of fundamental rights. The Second Amendment ratified