Greece’s decision to arrest the leaders of the far-right party is a historic gamble.
In a few cases, keeping people out who foster hate-filled views may help preserve public order.
France’s plans to ban far-right group after attack underscores conflict between stability and freedom of association.
A recent ruling by a French court has reignited discussion over censorship and freedom of expression on the internet.
The American approach to disability rights is progressive and inclusive – two words not associated with its healthcare.
The burka is like a “prism that refracts reactions into more shades and tones”, argues Bleich.
Tinkering with the words will not fix Europe’s economic problems, but can stop reproducing negative public perceptions.
Islamophobia as a concrete and usable social scientific concept can be the foundation for more informed public debates.
Footballer John Terry’s racist remarks are troublesome in a sport trying to “kick” racism out.
The United States is a ‘dramatic outlier’ when it comes to the protection of inflammatory speech.