The answer may not be what you expect, as evidenced by recent events in France. Michael Burke explains.
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Clearly articulating her party’s economics policies would be a good start, reckons Dinyar Godrej.
Frank Barat interviews Jeff Halper, long-time Israeli activist, on the demolition of homes and how to describe the situation in Palestine.
The Wikileaks founder on state surveillance, media scrutiny and the Cablegate affair.
Nick Harvey and Julien Tremblin look at the plight of Tuareg refugees caught in the crossfire of a conflict that’s as devastating as it is complex.
Pride and optimism – change is in the air, says William Lloyd George on the eve of by-elections in Rangoon.
More than 13 million people are at risk of hunger in the Sahel. Jack Craze reports on reactions and reasons why.
Kony 2012 went uber-viral but how do those affected feel about it? Georgiana Keate speaks to Victor Ochen, who screened the film in Uganda.
In trying times, poetry can speak our silences and make sense of our pain, says Yahia Lababidi.