For so long subject to ‘the tyranny of strangers’, Zoe Holman explores the ongoing appetite for change in Iraq.
Curfews, routine raids and land-grabs. Zoe Holman on what has become of the fragmented Occupied Palestinian Territories’ struggle for statehood since the 1993 Oslo agreement.
As the EU continues to praise Greece as its ‘shield’ against migration, Zoe Holman reports on how refugees are coping in the overcrowded Moria camp.
The state hopes deep-sea mining will pay off its crippling debts – but the only outcome will be environmental devastation, argues Zoe Holman.
Almost any Libyan can tell you the story of a relative or friend imprisoned, tortured, exiled or simply disappeared. Zoe Holman profiles this complex country.
Despite the atrocious human rights situation in the country, the West finds much to celebrate about Bahrain. Zoe Holman reports.
Both cash flow and political power have remained concentrated in Cambodia, writes Zoe Holman.
Arrivals may have petered out this summer, but the prolonged refugee crisis appears to be ushering new waves of hostility into the country, reports Zoe Holman.