Europe’s campaign to quit Russian fuel is designed to punish Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine. It’s also wreaking havoc thousands of miles away from the conflict, plunging Pakistan into darkness.
Due to the Ukraine war, Saudi Arabian oil is in demand. But it won’t be forever. So how realistic are efforts — which include ski resorts in the desert — to diversify the wealthy monarchy’s oil-based economy?
Policymakers at the European Central Bank (ECB) have finally acknowledged that high inflation is a danger. They’ve announced measures to tighten monetary policy, but DW’s Henrik Böhme thinks they are late to the game.
Nearly 10 weeks into the war and with its troops making only marginal gains in Ukraine’s east, Russia is focused on cementing both military and political control over the territory it has taken so…
Taiwan recorded more than 10,000 new infections for the first time on Thursday following the government’s decision to move away from its zero-Covid strategy and begin living with the coronavirus.
Nuclear engineer Liudmyla Kozak was partway through a 12hour overnight shift at the defunct Chornobyl plant when Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24 and workers
Has freedom disappeared in France? Romy Strassenburg thinks so. As Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen face off for the role of president, the journalist explains why she’s scared — and why others aren’t fearful enough.
Outgoing South Korean President Moon Jae-in staked his legacy on improving ties with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Moon’s conservative successor is expected to handle things differently.