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By Robert Morley, from November 27, 2016 in Analysis »
First, Egypt’s biggest oil supplier cut it off, then Egypt was forced to massively devalue its currency. What does this mean for the future of Egypt and America?
By Christopher Eames, from November 21, 2016 in Analysis »
A case study into the track record of the United Nations
The United Nations has threatened the future of archaeological discovery in one of the world’s most historic cities.
By Callum Wood, from November 10, 2016 in Analysis »
A win for the region’s terrorists and dictators
By Callum Wood, from November 9, 2016 in Analysis »
Israel prepares for battle after the U.S. election.
By Callum Wood, from November 6, 2016 in Analysis »
Iran imprisons more U.S. citizens with heavy jail terms.
By Brent Nagtegaal, from November 1, 2016 in Analysis »
In a series of resolutions, UNESCO has threatened the future of archaeological discovery in one of the world’s most important cities.
By Abraham Blondeau, from October 30, 2016 in Analysis »
Missile attacks will have worldwide consequences.
By Josué Michels, from October 28, 2016 in Top Stories 1 »
It might sound paradoxical, but there is good news despite today’s horrific headlines.