After 1000 years of estrangement and mistrust, East and West, the two major branches of Christianity, are finally engaged in a process of reconciliation.
The falling price of crude oil and gas under $3 a gallon in the US has spurred animated discussions for financial and political analysts alike.
Turkey has made the headlines for refusing to enter the fight against the Islamic State, a threat, to virtually the entire world.
Greece’s new anti-racism bill, aimed at the extremists Golden Dawn, raises a pertinent question: Do you eliminate an ideology through banning?
President Barack Obama has declared that the United States will degrade and destroy ISIS with only American airpower and allies.
If we’re confused about what President Barack Obama wants to do, what does he think? What, in fact, do we want him to do?
Talk of the White House’s failure to deal with the rising Islamic State has overlooked how Turkey has not helped the cause.
What’s the deal with President Barack Obama and his former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton? They’re not on the same page anymore.
The U.S. seems boxed in over what to do about the Islamic State, with neither allies Turkey nor Saudi Arabia willing to do anything about it.
Torture, rape, murder and mass killing, not from the Ottoman Turks, but Christians under the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).