London’s superdiversity offers a safe and welcoming space for European citizens – but Brexit poses a real challenge to it.
The US president, Donald Trump, has arrived in the UK for a summit of NATO leaders – but it's awkward timing for the British prime minister, Boris Johnson.
Simulations help prepare students for challenges outside the classroom.
NATO had its 70th birthday party in London at an awkward moment.
Crowd-based prediction markets have even been shown to outperform intelligence analysts.
Single mothers I interviewed described feeling isolated, stigmatised and frustrated with negative stereotypes.
Societies have much to learn from the pursuit of happiness on an individual level.
The BBC relies for too much of its analysis on one think tank in particular.
There is substantial difference in what's happening to migration from inside and outside the EU.
Why the EU and NATO have struggled to cooperate fully.
Wars don't produce winners and losers – they never really did.
It isn't just politicians: experts, business representatives, even academics quoted in the media are more likely to be male.
Research from around the world shows that UK leaders are actually better at putting their pledges into action when they win office than voters think.
With Brexit on the horizon, Britain's role in NATO won't change, but its defence priorities might.
What the UK's main political parties have pledged on foreign policy in their manifestos.
The voting public is being forced to wade through a fog of disinformation thanks to some cynical ploys.
The presence of an active and dynamic Green Party would be vital in helping to keep Labour on track.
For decades, social housing has been defunded and ignored. The system is now broken, and it needs to be fixed.
Families of those at risk of extremism need to be supported, not judged.
Running has become a way for people to show how productive they are, using their achievements to build personal brands and to compete with others for status.
What steps can Mauritius take now to get the UK to respect the UN resolution on the Chagos Islands?
Many thought Bolivia had changed for good under Evo Morales – but perhaps that thinking was premature.
This 1,000-year-old institution is not the solution to ageing Britain – here's why.
The US no longer views Israeli settlements on the West Bank as going against international law. What this means for Palestinians.
People can find themselves waiting for an asylum decision for many years, facing multiple barriers and struggling to fill the hours in their days.
This World Philosophy Day we remember three female philosophers who are largely unknown, yet made important contributions to idealism
People get angry far more often than they rebel. And rebellions rarely become revolutions. An expert on the French Revolution explains why today's protest movements are different.
The political comeback of the Rajapaksa family has left some Sri Lankans worried.
Food poverty is increasingly generating child victims, whose only salvation comes from donations of emergency food provisions.
When the military intervened against Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe in 2017, it wasn't widely called a military coup. New research shows that's exactly what it was.
How the protest movement in Hong Kong moved onto university campuses – by two researchers who have witnessed the unfolding events.
The ban on the pill led to much sorrow and frustration, but determined couples found imaginative ways to cope and work around it.
Spain's proposed coalition could succeed, even without a majority in parliament.
More attention needs to be paid to loneliness’s complex history.
A recent vote in the US House of Representatives recognised the Armenian massacre of 1915 as a genocide in a significant moment for the Armenian diaspora.
Where else were all those hard-headed refusals to make things easier for the eurozone strugglers going to lead?
Two deaths and video of a police man shooting a protester have hardened attitudes of Hong Kongers against the police.
The New York Times has published 400 pages of Chinese government documents on the 're-education' camps for Muslim detainees in Xinjiang. Here's what you need to know.
Deeply divisive issues like Brexit are seeping into the way people interact with one another, undermining trust and tolerance of others.
According to research, a strong sense of social identity and empowerment often dictates how rioters behave.
The first day of public impeachment testimony was defined, in part, by strongly worded statements from Representatives Adam Schiff and Devin Nunes.
The game is a major part of John Major's political legacy.
It's been a decade since Boko Haram morphed into a violent, radicalised, Jihadist sect after the death of its founder. Since then it has caused untold harm in Nigeria.
It is still not easy to reach firm conclusions about Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence.
From Chile to Lebanon and Iraq to Hong Kong, the same masks have become a common language to register dissent.
Both main campaigns are focusing on the enemy, not the plan, in part, because the British political system hasn't caught up with societal changes.
Recent events in Bolivia represent both a military coup d'état and a moment of mass protest.
A complex mix of domestic and foreign issues is putting pressure on the new government of Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
More needs to be done by the government and local authorities to recruit diverse adopters and foster carers – including Muslims.
By burying the Kurdish conflict, Turkey has made it that much more difficult to resolve.
Russia left as the main power broker as the Turkish invasion of northeastern Syria continues.
Turkey’s invasion of northern Syria may force Western states to finally address what to do with adherents of Islamic State. Here are the options.
Research offers an insight into the experiences of pregnant women left to give birth in their cells without midwives
Parts of Tunisia's political discourse look a lot like its colonial past.
The first two-minute silence in 1919 was designed as a moment that could unite people across many divides. It has become a collective means of commemoration for all manner of tragedies
Voters want answers on Brexit – but they also want to talk about Brexit less. So keeping the discussion focused is vital.
A former British whistleblower on the damage done when those who come forward with the truth are stigmatised.
The decision to move the Stasi files into the German national archive has sparked debate of how memories of life before reunification should be handled.
In 1989, Francis Fukuyama pronounced that history had ended. How wrong he was.
Race is embedded into the way many Italians look at themselves. The Italian nation is thought to be constituted first and foremost by white Catholics.