FIFA has never been free of political interference and controversies since its inception in 1904.
If we don't, we risk missing what's really important.
Two experts argue for and against government intervention when it comes to fixing low wage growth.
A tougher security approach to terrorism may be counterproductive and could even potentially undermine the supremacy of civilian government in Indonesia.
Reading the change in the reaction of conservative Muslim organisations towards terrorist attacks.
The almost total ban on abortion in Ireland does not work to protect women's health.
The music industry, like all other media, can be censored to some extent. So how does this change its output?
Identifying three types of schools that are prone to radical values.
How you vote is an indication of the role you think government plays in society. As elections loom in Canada and beyond, here's a guide to non-partisan, responsible voting.
The reasons for the rise in the number of blasphemy cases in Indonesia since the reform era are more than just religious ones.
The Atelier Populaire produced many of the iconic images of the student and worker movement that gripped France 50 years ago.
If you're going to drive badly in Italy, do it towards the end of the local mayor's term in office.
All you need to know about the 2018-19 federal budget in our simple at-a-glance graphic.
There's never been a better time for tax reform. But as governments have tried (and stumbled) over the years the burden has shifted to individual taxpayers and the latest budget looks no different.
Pakistan has often been misunderstood to be exclusively built upon a national Islamic identity, ignoring the multiculturality and divisive role of Islam in the definition of its national identity.
Essays on Air: how archaeology helped save the Franklin River.
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The battle to save the Franklin River - an exhilarating story of politics, cultural heritage and passionate environmentalism - captivated the nation in 1983.
Since his election, Emmanuel Macron has emerged as a man of the "liquid" society, where finance, labour, politics and people shift and flow. What matters is change, not the direction one is taking.
Football clubs are, to a great extent, made up of their sense of history and place.
Findings suggest parties should rethink the way they chase the 'female vote'.
We looked at ten countries in East Africa and found poverty and politics were much more important drivers of conflict and displacement than climate change.