Brexit and Boris Johnson caused tension but France and the UK are getting back on track.
The UK may be setting itself up to detain many people for indefinite periods.
The UK government’s plan to remove asylum seekers will likely face legal challenges.
Girls’ schools have been at the centre of protests which are shaking the Islamic Republic to its core.
Detente between Tehran and Riyadh will not magically solve all the political and sectarian tensions in the Middle East.
The crisis has highlighted unresolved questions about the role of journalism in the age of social media.
Increasing numbers of Iranians want a government of the people, not a monarchy or an Islamic theocracy.
Giorgia Meloni famously became the first woman prime minister last year. Now she has a female opponent as leader of the Democratic party.
The former prime minister repeatedly calculates that voters don’t care about his rule breaking. But that is not necessarily true.
From Happy Valley to social media, women police officers face rampant sexist abuse.
The senior civil servant who investigated the partygate scandal is leaving to join the opposition. It’s a very surprising move.
Election tactics and narratives suggest more threats to US democratic institutions in the next president election.
While the Georgian government is close to Moscow, the vast majority of ordinary people would rather look to the west for security.
This bitter struggle may well come down to whoever has the better supply chain.
Feminist movements are giving women a louder voice than ever, but those at the top of their game are routinely expected to deal with abuse and threats of violence.
The controversial new government of Benjamin Netanyahu is under pressure from massive protests by both Israelis and Palestinians.
Are comparisons between Vladimir Putin and Josef Stalin useful? It’s a complex question.
Gareth Jones reported on Moscow’s genocide against the Ukrainian people in the 1930s. His story holds lessons and an example for those reporting on the latest conflict.
Wollstonecraft was ridiculed in her time for the idea that women should be treated as fully fledged beings.
Lady Rhondda was a suffragette, a business leader and an editor. A statue of her is expected to be revealed in Newport, south Wales, next year.