How some animals get to sense when earthquakes are imminent remains a mystery.
The terrible beauty of “frozen conflicts” is that it takes hardly any effort to turn up the heat and re-escalate them into hot violence, but pressing the “pause” button later would need consensus, which is not so easy.
Given the present atmosphere in Washington in which there is no lie so outrageous as to keep it out of the mainstream media, a great deal of policy making takes place without even key players in the government knowing what is going on behind their
Most Armenians are in favor of early elections, even while the ruling party remains the only political force in the country with any significant public support, a new poll reports.
Thucydides attributed the war that ripped apart the ancient Greek world to two causes: the rise of Athenian power, and the fear that this created in the established power, Sparta.
It’s easy to forget, but the United States by the end of 2001 thought it had won in Afghanistan.