Stories about International Relations from January, 2024
On January 26, the US approved the sale of 40 new F-16 fighter jets worth USD 23 billion. The deal, also includes, the equipment to modernize 79 existing Turkish F-16s.
Serbian pro-government and pro-Russia media systematically promoted a narrative that the Western-oriented Armenian authorities gave up Nagorno-Karabakh by turning their foreign and security policy against Russia.
The credentials of Azerbaijan's delegation at PACE were challenged on the grounds the country failed to meet "major commitments" as part of its membership to the Council of Europe.
At a time when the country is battling the cost of living crisis, high inflation, and depreciating national currency some questioned the government's decision to send Gezeravci into space.
As tensions escalate between Hezbollah and Israel, the MENA region is on the brink of a significant and potentially devastating war with profound implications for Lebanon and its neighbouring countries.
Pundits link the recent diplomatic tensions between Azerbaijan and France to the latter’s support for Armenia.
A longitudinal survey by Taiwan’s Academia Sinica shows that nearly two-thirds of Taiwanese respondents would develop a more positive impression of China if it ceased its military actions against Taiwan.
Establishing Nepal in the international literature scene: An interview with translator Jayant Sharma
Global Voices interviewed Nepali writer, editor, and literary translator Jayant Sharma, who is a staunch advocate for the global recognition of Nepali literature.
There are concerns among Kenyan citizens that the $30 ETA requirement may lead other African countries, which previously enjoyed unrestricted access to Kenya, to reciprocate with visa restrictions.
This article looks at South Africa's case against Israel at the International Court of Justice and what will happen during the legal proceedings.
The relationship between India and the Maldives further deteriorated after some Ministers criticized Indian PM Narendra Modi online. Amidst call to #BoycottMaldives, three Maldivian Deputy Ministers were suspended.
"I said, you can block my passport if you think what I am doing is really wrong. I’m not afraid."
Taiwan’s presidential election on January 13 will shape the future of the self-ruled democratic island, from relations with China and the US to domestic issues that affect 23 million people.
The ruling Awami League (AL) is expected to win this election for the fourth consecutive term as major opposition parties refuse to participate, claiming there is lack of electoral oversight.
Ahead of the Taiwan's presidential and legislative elections, many reports have emerged alleging Beijing is attempting to swing the voters' choice.
Both Turkey and Hungary's leaders share more than their love for horsepower. They have both been fierce opponents to Sweden's NATO bid and share some authoritarian tendencies.