We track four people on their journey.
We explore the new US-Cuba relationship
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims are threatened by an increase in sectarian violence.
16 Jul 2012 20:35 GMT | Politics, Germany, Myanmar
Myanmar's government must allow reforms in the judicial system, and the first step is to guarantee its independence.
11 May 2012 17:26 GMT | Politics, Myanmar
If it succeeds, this move will cement her party's power; if it fails, the people will pay the price of stalled progress.
27 Apr 2012 18:32 GMT | Politics, Japan, Myanmar
The Tuareg, under various acronyms, have been fighting - on and off - against the Malian government since 1963.
William Lloyd George | 16 Apr 2012 12:29 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, Algeria, France, Libya
Despite concerns FARC will become fractured, the same grievances remain so Colombia's civil war will continue.
William Lloyd George | 17 Nov 2011 16:30 GMT | Politics, Latin America, Colombia
West Papuans have been rising up against neocolonial Indonesia - which took control of the country in 1962.
William Lloyd George | 08 Nov 2011 14:38 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, East Timor, Indonesia, United States
Reform and submission to the people's will has Myanmar sprung up for hope, yet hardliners and China complicate matters.
William Lloyd George | 07 Oct 2011 10:15 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, China, Japan, Myanmar
We travel to remote Manus Island in Papua New Guinea to investigate Australia's refugee detention programme.
Refugees, Papua New Guinea, Australia
In an ancient city torn apart by modern conflict, can food help to bridge political and religious divisions?
Arts & Culture, Middle East, Jerusalem
We look at the Taliban threat and the future of Afghan journalism; plus, Davos - global news event or PR exercise?
Media, Afghanistan, Taliban
We speak to the former UN chief weapons inspector, and ask Noam Chomsky about the US presidential election.
Politics, United States, North Korea