Attacked and abandoned: Ukraine's forgotten Roma

In a country which suffered terribly at the hands of the Nazis during World War II, pogroms against an ethnic minority have somehow become commonplace.


My Soviet scar: Confronting architecture of oppression

They are symbols of Soviet oppression to some but part of collective memory to others. Should Soviet-era monuments and buildings be protected?


Central African Republic: A crisis Russia didn't forget

While the West remains complacent and aloof towards the humanitarian crisis, Russia steps in.


Jaywick: A thriving UK town fallen on hard times

The decline of Jaywick shows how Britain - one of the wealthiest nations - has failed its obligation to improve living conditions.

Native Americans

Why the language of journalism fails indigenous people

A journalist with indigenous roots reflects on the making of We Are Still Here: A Story from Native Alaska.


China's Xinjiang surveillance 'all pervasive'

The sinister, surreal and absurd for journalists who want to report on what's happening in China's far western region of Xinjiang.