Iraq+100, the first work of science fiction to come out of Iraq turns its eye inexorably at the country's present state, sometimes wry and sideways, sometimes scathing, but always fascinating.
Against the backdrop of late 20th century New York, four Archibald Fergusons live out four lives. But Paul Auster's latest novel fails as a work of alternate history.
King Salman's decision to depose former Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef, and appoint his son Mohammad bin Salman to the number-two spot in Saudi Arabia is controversial, to say the least.
The European Union celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, but the future of the bloc is far from secure, as tensions grow across the continent.
President Joseph Kabila's refusal to allow a peaceful transfer of power risks plunging Congo into chaos. Unless free and fair elections take place, the DRC cannot move forward.
With Emmanuel Macron's La Republique en Marche set to win a landslide in the French parliament, the deck seems to be stacked in his favor. But can he push through complex and controversial labor market reforms?
Theresa May gambled that the snap election would give her party a stronger hand to negotiate with Brussels. Instead, the deck has been reshuffled, and uncertainty will weaken the UK’s ability to exit the EU on favorable terms.
Sana Krasikov's new novel weaves a tangled web of personality and power on the borderlands of America and Russia
ICANN quango, corporate playground or splinternet?
With a hard Brexit fast becoming a reality, the Continent is rushing to usher fearful British businesses to their borders.