Acting Minister of Finance Khaled Payenda on Thursday said there have been no reforms at the customs offices in Afghanistan in the past decade, and this neglect has paved the way for 50 percent of revenue to be embezzled.
Ahead of last week’s elections in Israel, a senior US official was asked if Washington would prefer an extension of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rule or that a new lawmaker to replace the longtime leader. The official, who...
(Washington, D.C.) – U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) President and CEO Lise Grande and Sudanese Ambassador to the United States H.E. Nureldin Satti signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Tuesday pledging to support Sudan’s historic transition.
Don Jensen, director for Russia and strategic stability at the U.S. Institute of Peace, joins Julie Mason to discuss NATO Foreign Ministers’ meeting as it pertains especially to Russia and also U.S.-Russia relations.
President Biden’s prediction that all U.S. troops will be out of Afghanistan by next year is being met with some skepticism.
On Thursday, North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast, calling these a “new type of tactical guided missile.”
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police launched digitisation of its complaint redressal system here on Thursday in line with the prime minister’s vision of Digital Pakistan.
In 2014, five countries in Africa’s Sahel region joined in a military compact with France to counter Islamist militant groups with force.
US Ambassador to Iraq Mathew Tueller revealed that the Biden administration’s foreign policy in the country is outlined by four key priorities that include fighting ISIS, aiding Baghdad’s effort to combat corruption, and overcoming economic challenges.
Security and economic tensions are rising in Lebanon after another failed attempt to form a new government. As businesses shut down, joblessness and hunger are rising. Lebanon’s banks, having lent 70% of their assets to an insolvent central bank, have locked most depositors out of their savings.