Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may go on for a while, despite the disaster of his military intervention in Yemen, his fruitless blockade of Qatar, and even this ugly murder. He wouldnâ€™t be the only killer in power.
Demographic panic in countries like Hungary finds its political expression in a paranoid fear that the country's dwindling population will be overrun by immigrants with a radically different culture, particularly refugee
Until the major parties can acknowledge that it is the computers that are killing the jobs and that it probably canâ€™t be stopped, the anger will continue to grow. You canâ€™t begin to fix the problem until you understand it.
Forget about the 'causes of war' in the history books. Every kind of human society, with every imaginable kind of economy, has fought wars.
And if the U.K. crashes out of the EU without a deal, the ratings agency Standard and Poorâ€™s predicted on Oct. 30, unemployment in the U.K. will almost double, house prices will fall by ten per cent in two years, and the
Prime Minister Imran Khan has launched a crowdsourcing campaign, seeking contributions from Pakistanis at home and abroad in order to get the Diamer-Bhasha Dam started.
The Western media almost never question these much bigger lies, although they are having a collective meltdown over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
The Russians have broken the rules by developing and testing land-based cruise missiles, but they havenâ€™t actually deployed them in meaningful numbers, so it's not worth pulling out of the INF treaty.