Mateusz Morawiecki told Newsweek: "Today, who sets these rules is really the master of destiny for society and for nation-states."
Mateusz Morawiecki told Newsweek the U.S. president's pivot away from fossil fuels will leave producers from Russia and the Arab world in the driving seat.
A new coalition will end Netanyahu's long reign, but U.S.-Israeli tensions will remain over the fate of the Palestinians.
Democrats in the U.S. are pushing back against weapons deals with Israel, citing its recent devastating military operations in the Gaza Strip.
The rigged election in Syria caps off the dictator's victory in a bloody decade-long battle to retain power.
The hijacking of a plane by Belarusian authorities to arrest a journalist is the latest violation of European and NATO protection of dissidents by authoritarian leaders.
Despite the war on misinformation, the likes of YouTube and Apple are still making money from 9/11 conspiracy theory content that survivors and families of the victims warn is warping the true narrative of the attacks.
A ceasefire has ended the latest Israel-Hamas violence, but Gaza residents will get little relief as a health crisis bears down on the enclave.
Death and destruction continue in Gaza and Israel, but it may ultimately boost the political fortunes of both Hamas and embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The recent turbulence is straining Democratic unity, with progressives railing against the U.S. establishment's staunch support for the Israeli state.
A fresh spike in violence between Israelis and Palestinians has prompted expressions of anger and solidarity from the American left, including the Black Lives Matter movement.
David Thibodeau and Gary Noesner told Newsweek there are worrying parallels between the violent anti-government sentiment of the mid-1990s and the present day.
Leonid Volkov, Navalny's chief of staff, told Newsweek the jailed anti-corruption campaigner's case is the "most important" in Russian politics and the biggest challenge to Putin.
At least 979 civilians were killed by police between May 25, 2020 and April 20, 2021, with 71 police officers also killed in the line of duty.
Antifa chapters that spoke to Newsweek warned that the coming year would likely bring more political violence across America, and say they will continue their violent opposition to the far-right and the police.
International media coverage, sanctions and mass protests have failed to puncture the Kremlin's indifference to the health of one of its most prominent critics.
The president announced new measures to tighten gun control as the country reeled from a recent spate of mass shootings.
Coca-Cola is among the targets of the right's crusade against "woke America," as the Republican Party doubles down on culture war issues.
The gap between the number of voters identifying as Democrats versus Republicans has grown to its highest level since 2012.
The democratic island is one of the flashpoints where the simmering U.S.-China confrontation could escalate into open conflict.
Anastasia Vasilyeva was among those arrested by police outside of the jail in the town of Pokrov, east of Moscow, on Tuesday.
A suspect driver crashed into another car while a police vehicle gave chase, killing an innocent driver early on Friday morning.
Since launching in November, Sony's next-gen console has become the fastest-selling console in U.S. history with sporadic restocks snapped up by shoppers.
Police rushed to a factory in Springfield, Ohio, after one worker texted her sister to say she was hiding from an active shooter on site.
The fake call prompted an emergency response to an empty house in Wichita, Kansas, police told reporters.
At least 48 people were killed in the crash, which occurred inside a tunnel close to the eastern city of Hualien.
The Anti-Defamation League found that 63 percent of American Jews have experienced or witnessed anti-Semitism in the past five years.
Cruz has been at the forefront of Republican pressure on President Joe Biden over the surge in new arrivals at the southern border.
Clashes between the far-right and far-left have continued throughout the pandemic, but their scale and severity could increase again in post-lockdown America.
Republicans and Democrats are starkly divided on the severity of the attack, how harsh sentencing should be for those involved, and where future threats lie.