It’s a complicated issue, admits Kate Smurthwaite.
From tit-for-tat attacks to home evictions, the situation in East Jerusalem bodes ill, warns Noreen Sadik.
David Hoile and Angela Mudukuti go head to head.
Accused of aiding IS and still oppressing its Kurdish population… Turkey’s reputation is in tatters, argues Naila Bozo.
Drug companies keep a tight leash on patenting, depriving tax-payers of millions each year. Deborah Gleeson and Hazel Moir explore the issue.
A group of young Chechens is battling to save their social club, reports Alice Lagnado.
A new documentary on the Arab Spring, We Are The Giant, delves into the lives of three activists from Libya, Bahrain and Syria. Cristiana Moisescu explores its story.
In South Africa, a new conservation project is attempting to put poachers off targeting rhinos for their horns. Gelareh Darabi reports.
With elections coming up next year, education reform is more important than ever, says Tom King.
As the anniversary of the president’s death comes round again, why has the crime of the century remained unsolved? asks Youssef El Gingihy.
Jamie Kelsey Fry looks to the returning Occupy movement as the beginning of the end for corporatocracy.
In search of societal change, Mari Marcel Thekaekara visits a Rotary Club to talk taboos.
Alan Hughes looks back on the life of a memorable and talented colleague at New Internationalist.