Ryvka Barnard reflects on a decade of the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions.
The Amazon Ka’apor community takes the struggle for sovereignty into its own hands, Phil Clarke Hill and Ruy Sposati show.
It’s not just the US that has a problem with racially-motivated police brutality, argues Beulah Devaney.
Dan Iles busts myths surrounding corporate farming and argues to place people first.
Petros Diveris asks when money became more important than democracy.
Banning practices such as FGM is not enough: we must dismantle their ideology, argues Neda Tehrani.
Longed-for rain has a sting in its tail as climate-change impacts wreak havoc on India’s farming communities, reports Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
After the recent Dog Meat Festival, animal lovers are up in arms about China’s next dog-related event. Beulah Devaney disagrees.
Greeks need solutions now, not more political wrangling, writes Carl Packman.
Despite years of proxy war, the government has failed to alleviate the situation, argues Dilnaz Boga.
Andrew Smith decries the two countries’ close relationship, which defies all human rights principles.