Michael Fox reports on the growing mobilization of workers against austerity, privatization and repression in Brazil.
Nanjala Nyabola explains why Trump presents a challenge for those who work in human rights.
Nilanjana Bhowmick on the persecution of dissent in India.
Four people on the frontlines of the anti-coup movement in Myanmar tell Preeti Jha why they are not giving up.
Out of the current crisis, a more hopeful vision is emerging, argues Vanessa Baird.
Psychoanalyst Adam Phillips talks about our need for privacy in a digital age.
Authoritarians have been embraced in a country where public opinion is in favour of democracy. Leonardo Sakamoto argues for politics to be revitalized.
Ritu Mahendru speaks to Afghan women at the forefront of resisting the Taliban’s oppression, including on the streets.
As growth-driven consumer culture spurs on planetary destruction, why don’t we spring into action? Psychologist John F Schumaker situates a frightening erosion of human personality at the heart of the problem.
Despite significant ongoing problems, life has changed for many minority communities since the military last ruled. Now those gains risk being lost, says Tina Burrett.
Small farmers, social movements and human rights are being elbowed out, says Kirtana Chandrasekaran.
Hawks in the Trump administration have their sights set on regime change, not because of freedom or democracy, but to ‘settle historic scores’, argues John Perry.
The country’s political class is letting fascists off the hook and allowing history to be distorted. Jelena Prtorić asks: Whose purposes does this serve?
Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on the Easter Sunday massacre in Sri Lanka and provides a glimpse of a more hopeful future in India as voting in the country’s general election…
Nanjala Nyabola reflects on the ongoing cries of a discontented world.
Despite populism being rife everywhere else, Japan has refused to succumb. Are there lessons to be learned? asks Tina Burrett.
Thin Lei Win believes the Myanmar military’s reign of terror might be leading a long-divided nation onto a more inclusive path.
Over a dozen countries saw millions take to the streets this year. Richard Swift asks if these mass revolts have anything in common.
Graeme Green speaks to the Chilean author about her inspiration and the power of fiction as a useful history teacher.
The Latin American nation goes to the polls 1 July to elect a new president. Tamara Pearson reports.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine requires urgent action. Vanessa Baird asks what we can do.