The independence of India from the British Empire in 1947 prompted a wave of decolonization. Yet alongside this victory came the tragedies of partition.
As an internationally respected Arab diplomat who was Kuwait’s foreign minister before becoming emir in 2006, the late Sheikh Sabah was an architect of his country’s foreign policy.
Vikram Sood, the retired chief of India's external intelligence agency R&AW, speaks to FO° Talks about the elaborate game of narrative-building by nations and their intelligence agencies.
A conversation with Ohio State University’s Department of History faculty members John Brooke, Jennifer Eaglin and Samuel White about the historical context of climate change.
Journalist and educator Esther Wojcicki explains how the pandemic has disrupted traditional teaching methods — and why that's good for children.
The normalization of the UAE and Bahrain’s relations with Israel could have major geopolitical implications for China.
Tech titan Steve Westly presents his case for clean technology. Can it jump-start the global economy and help prevent climate change?
FO Live asks if another mass casualty terrorist attack is inevitable. What drives terrorism in the 21st century? And is there a solution to this phenomenon?
For decades, Israel and Azerbaijan have maintained a special partnership. Israel has relied on the Caucasian country’s gas and oil for energy imports, while Azerbaijan’s military has turned to Israel for advanced weaponry.
In geologic years, the Galapagos Islands are infants. Located on the perpetually moving Nazca tectonic plate, the islands were formed through repeated volcanic activity. Layer by layer, the islands have risen off the ocean floor, forming a chain that is approximately 5 million years old.
Under the leadership of Omar al-Bashir, Sudan suffered from US-imposed sanctions that began in the 1990s.