Iris Gonzales reflects on a very one-sided state visit by the US President.
Powerful players are behind southeast Asia’s trade in illegal logging, explains Fran Lambrick.
A quarter of the self-employed began working for themselves because they had no alternative, says Mischa Wilmers.
Dominik Sipinski reports on the annual film festival held in a refugee camp in the desert.
Hunger strikes continue in at least 2 detention centres, as migrants protest imprisonment. Hazel Healy reports.
Expelling a suspect from Britain is a poor substitute to trying them fairly of a crime, says Simon Crowther.
But to save the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls we need action, says Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Andrew Smith witnessed a lesson in evasion, denial and fabrication.
But casinos are no problem, reports Lasanda Kurukulasuriya in Sri Lanka.
Campaigners’ blind defence of the government’s development strategy is making things worse, says Nick Dearden.
Where have the traditions of intellectual freedom gone? ask Benoit Dutilleul and Holly-Rae Smith.