President Biden’s blanket multilateralism can prove counterproductive in certain contexts.
The crisis was a symptom of the growing public resentment over the government’s failure to implement reforms.
The Ukrainian government’s push for NATO membership could provoke a dangerous escalation of the Ukrainian conflict.
Amid the pandemic, corruption and mismanagement continue to undermine healthcare provision in South Sudan.
Inciting ethno-religious animosity has become a means of survival for parts of Sri Lanka’s political elite.
The French state is trying to censor and make invisible the critique of its colonial history and present.
Then the audience switches off the TV.
In the face of military violence, solidarity between minority ethnic groups and Bamar-majority forces is growing.
Chuck Lorre and Reza Aslan’s new CBS sitcom is another iteration of Hollywood’s classic ‘white saviour’ story.
So many are dying in America and beyond because ‘white men’ think they carry a ‘burden’ to civilise the world.
Amid a pandemic, huge sections of the global population still do not have access to water, sanitation and hygiene.
All governments violating children’s rights in conflict zones must be put on the ‘list of shame’, with no exceptions.
Delays and concerns about the efficacy and politics of China’s vaccine shipments plague its vaccine drive in the region.
Vaccine hoarding by the West and domestic corruption are hampering the vaccination campaign in Kenya.
Britain is still turning a blind eye to the discrimination and hate faced by its East and Southeast Asian citizens.
Forty-three children have been killed in the two months since Myanmar’s military coup began on February 1.
The promise and perils of the Biden presidency in comparison to other presidents.
Biden administration’s new draft proposal fails to address many fundamental issues stalling the Afghan peace process.
Ethiopia has repeatedly experienced the consequences of multilateralism’s failure to act.
And in order to start one, it needs to face its imperial past and legacy.
If the EU is to really tackle racism, it needs to address structural racism in all its forms, across all member states.
The Eritrean president finds himself in an increasingly difficult situation.
By suspending the account of Kashmiri activists and organisations, social networks are siding with undemocratic forces.
Three migrants have been charged with ‘terrorism’ in Malta after a tanker that rescued them took them to Europe.
New realities are imposing themselves, demanding different approaches to disease surveillance and vaccine development.
What can we learn from the failures and successes of revolutions in the Arab world over the last 10 years?
The annulment of former President Lula’s corruption convictions threw Brazil into unprecedented political chaos.
The French government’s ‘Islamo-leftism’ accusations against academia threaten academic freedom.
Greed is not what has led to the UK’s successful vaccine rollout. Instead, it risks derailing efforts to end the crisis.
As an occupier, Israel must provide medical supplies to Palestinians and adopt measures to combat the virus there.
People in Yemen are not just dying, they are being left to die.
The COVID-19 pandemic has yet again rendered visible the harmful and obsolete nature of migration detention.
The incredible vaccine rollout taking place across the UK has given us reason to be hopeful.