Today is a sad day in many ways. It's either a day that reminds you that the UK is leaving the EU, or a day that reminds you that we haven't left the EU yet. However, it's a poignant day for a more important reason than all that, as well.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Zurab Pololikashvili, the secretary-general of the World Tourism Organization.
Ingush leader Yunus-bek Yevkurov has lost his political legitimacy, and all he can do now is consolidate control until the Kremlin appoints a successor.
The G-20 summit offers India a strategic opportunity to emerge as one of the stabilizing poles in a world with growing geopolitical uncertainty.
India and Pakistan can either make peace or continue in an endless cycle of violence. On February 14, a suicide bomber killed more than 40 paramilitary police in Indian-administered Kashmir. Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), a militant group based in Pakistan, claimed responsibility for the attack. While Islamabad has denied having any role in the incident, India has long accused Pakistan of backing insurgents.
This author has an idea of how to help keep people off the streets: Let them sleep in their vehicles.
The real solution to reducing California’s wildfires lies in building a world-class economy that moves off carbon-based fuels to sustainable energy.
The bromance between Trump and Kim is icky and deserving of ridicule. But to negotiate with a dictator, sometimes it takes a dictator — or a dictator wannabe.
The IRGC is exploiting the recent floods in Iran to tighten its grip while suppressing any dissent that might emerge out of the current situation.
WrestleMania usually brings with it tons of shock moments that divides fans across the planet and tonight's WrestleMania 35 was no exception.