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Obama and US exceptionalism
When the 'world's policeman' has failed the world, isn't it time to appoint a new one?
Last updated: 03 Jun 2014 13:02 GMT
Chile at a crossroads
Voters choose between nine different presidential candidates - but some may just stay home.
Last updated: 17 Nov 2013 07:26 GMT
Norway's Slow TV
A new fad has Norwegians gathering around the TV set to wind down - instead of being wound up.
Last updated: 15 Sep 2013 12:23 GMT
El-Sisi's reign of terror and the propaganda of 'fascism'
Discourses about the legitimacy of the interim government continue to obscure the reality on the ground, writes scholar.
Last updated: 23 Aug 2013 15:19 GMT
What's going on? Sex and coups and democracies in Egypt
Egypt's revolutionary moment must not be rewritten by critics who are invested in their own power, writes author.
Last updated: 21 Jul 2013 11:38 GMT
Q&A: What next for Arab democracy?
What does the overthrow of Egypt's first elected president mean for the region's future?
Last updated: 05 Jul 2013 22:03 GMT
Ex-Chad leader charged over war crimes
Hissene Habre, once dubbed "Africa's Pinochet", charged with crimes against humanity and torture by a Senegalese court.
Last updated: 02 Jul 2013 18:38 GMT
Justice beyond borders
The Plan Condor trial has reverberations beyond Argentina, offering the opportunity of justice denied to many victims.
Pierre-Louis Le Goff
Last updated: 27 Mar 2013 08:26 GMT
Eric Cantona series to air on Al Jazeera
Former Manchester United star presents a series on five footballers who made a change on and outside the soccer pitch.
Last updated: 05 Mar 2013 14:34 GMT
"Africa's Pinochet" or the beginning of "Africa's solutions"?
The trial of former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre could see the beginning of "African solutions to African problems".
Chandra Lekha Sriram
Last updated: 09 Feb 2013 15:44 GMT
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