The situation in Kashmir shows that colonisation isn't just done by Europeans – India has a long history of it too.
Understanding moderate politics can help us navigate the extremes of the current age.
It will take a global effort to slow the rise in
atrocities against religious groups.
The UK needs all the friends it can get after Brexit – angering Canada isn't a good move.
Why do people readily accept potentially unjust decisions by their government?
The decision by the British government to revoke citizenship of a U.K.-born man puts Canada in a conundrum and raises serious questions about the practice of stripping citizenship.
There are potential issues with any use of machine learning in policing. But if used in the right way, it could go a long way towards more effective policing.
The Mnangagwa regime's coercive acts are a continuation of the violence and brutality of the Mugabe era, while he seeks global re-engagement and selective national dialogue.
The current repatriation deal signed by Myanmar and Bangladesh fails to guarantee the safety and citizenship of the Rohingya people or address issues of justice for crimes perpetrated against them.
A trial echoing the la Manada gang-rape case is being heard as an incident of 'sexual abuse'.
The leader of the centre-left Frente de Todos alliance won a surprise victory in primary elections in August.
The Labour leader wants to call a vote of no confidence, form a short-term government and then quickly call an election. Can it be done?
The Peterloo massacre was one of the worst atrocities committed on British soil, but across the empire there were many such acts.
As well as an attack on the working classes, Peterloo was also an episode of violence against women.
The NATO-led military intervention in Libya has just fuelled more violence.
Daphne Caruana Galizia was investigating several corruption scandals when she was murdered in 2017. The government continues to avoid serious investigations into the allegations.
Tensions in the Gulf are a stark reminder of the choices ahead for the UK on security cooperation after Brexit.
As calls are made to ban swearing at work, in public and even at home, a linguist comes out fighting for harsh language.
The Chinese government has a multi-pronged approach to quell the protests –building support among business elites, putting pressure on companies and ramping up its misinformation campaigns.
In death, President Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi has left behind an unfinished revolution which now needs a new leader.
The UK is facing a population crisis with birth rates at an all-time low.
Around 2.2 billion gamers regularly sit at home, many playing action-packed war games, which fuse virtual boot camps with special operations aimed at eliminating enemies.
Voters complained of being turned away from polling stations in the European elections, and local teams are struggling to keep registers up to date on tight budgets.
Only 13.83% of AI authors in arXiv are women and, in relative terms, the proportion of AI papers co-authored by at least one woman has not improved since the 1990s.
Targeting the families of protestors is highly effective as a means of control.
Does there need to be a conviction for a genocide to be recognised by the law?
The real cost of footballs transfer markets: how fake agents traffic African boys with dreams of playing in Europe’s biggest leagues.
Second-wave feminist Shulamith Firestone was mocked when she published a 1970 manifesto advocating artifical wombs, but her arguments about the exploitation of reproductive labour remain timely.