As politicians clash over accepting displaced Syrians, many fear the focus is shifting from the causes of the crisis.
08 Dec 2015 07:27 GMT | War & Conflict, Middle East
A look at the main promises made by the BJP government, the approximate target dates and what it has delivered.
27 May 2015 19:43 GMT | Politics, Narendra Modi, India, Asia
Baroness Emma Nicholson is part of a three-member European Parliament team travelling to Iraq to try to help monitor the 15 December elections.
17 Dec 2005 02:35 GMT
A deadly blast rocked a tourist town on Thursday shortly after Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra ended his tour of southern Thailand, his first visit to the troubled region since the 6 February elections.
Arnab Neil Sengupta | 17 Feb 2005 11:54 GMT
The Philippine government has issued
an urgent appeal to a Filipino driver's captors to release him, citing the country's "long history of working with
the people of Iraq".
Arnab Neil Sengupta | 09 Jul 2004 14:33 GMT
The stories of five Lebanese women struggling with the complex systems of divorce within a multi-faith community.
Religion, Lebanon, Women
Why a new group of radical activists in Hong Kong are calling for greater autonomy - and even independence - from China.
Democracy, China, Asia Pacific
Marwan Bishara examines President Obama's legacy following Donald Trump’s victory and what this means for America.
Barack Obama, United States, Politics
In an UpFront special, we ask his former policy adviser and his personal aide about the man and his policies.
Politics, United States, Barack Obama