By Markus Becker
With Turkey's vote on Sunday for sweeping constitutional reforms, autocratic President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has consolidated his power and divided the country.
When adults go to war, it is the children who suffer the most.
Several reports from the front lines of the battle in Mosul suggest that ISIL is on the back foot.
By Conchita Cruz, Swapna Reddy
In recent weeks, raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers have made headlines, and have sent entire communities into a state of fear. For one immigrant group — asylum seekers already living in the United States — the fear is especially intense: deportation is a death sentence.
By Markus Feldenkirchen
The fear that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan might cancel the refugee deal and allow masses of migrants to make their way to Germany has shackled Angela Merkel's policies toward the autocratic leader. It's time to come up with a European solution that decreases our dependence on Turkey.
By Arne Delfs
Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned the arrest of a German reporter in Turkey as excessively harsh, risking tension with President Reccep Tayyip Erdogan as she counts on him to stem refugee flows to Europe.
By Jorge Moreira da Silva
The Syrian refugee crisis has focused attention on the need to improve management of refugee flows during times of crisis.
By Daniel R. DePetris
McCain is entitled to decry Trump’s terse phone call with Australia, but not to act as though he is the president.
By Tania Ildefonso Ocampos
On Monday evening, an unknown driver ploughed a truck into a crowd at a Christmas market in Berlin, killing at least 12 people. Hours later, the German police arrested a suspect at the defunct Tempelhof airport, which now houses Berlin’s biggest refugee accommodation center.