Yes, pretty much, argues Scott Weinstein.
Kevin Blowe on how allegations of extremism are used to discredit social movements in the United Kingdom.
On Human Rights Day, migrant rights activists have been convicted under anti-terror legislation. Lydia Noon reports from Chelmsford Crown Court.
Yohann Koshy speaks to anthropologist Darren Byler to find out what is going on in China’s predominantly Uyghur northwest province.
Ruben Andersson traces the roots of a Freudian fixation.
Lives and livelihoods have been laid down for democracy. The economy is on the brink of collapse. The world must support the people’s quest to end military rule once and for all, writes Preeti Jha.
Can the country produce its own iconic Prime Minister? It desperately needs one, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Myanmar’s generals have amassed fortunes. Aye Min Thant highlights the movements aiming to stop profiteering.
Alessio Perrone talks to a Kurdish artist and journalist who has taken on the Turkish government from behind bars.
With severe police violence on the rise, many fear the country is sliding back into an era of Pinochet-style repression, reports E Xant*
Barney Cullum speaks to the young survivors of Somali terrorist cells and sectarian violence who are feeling the brunt of Greece’s new ‘push-back’ policies.
Hazel Healy investigates the challenges facing 21st century disaster response.
The Stansted 15 have exposed the hypocrisy of Britain, Ann Pettifor argues.
Thin Lei Win believes the Myanmar military’s reign of terror might be leading a long-divided nation onto a more inclusive path.
Professor Appiah talks about nationalism, fundamentalism and identity. Interview by Andy Heintz.
Under the cover of Covid-19, Turkey is hammering the Kurds. Again. Should the world care? Vanessa Baird offers several good reasons why it should.
The image-obsessed Indian government is intent on shutting down dissent. Rishika Pardikar examines ploys in use.
Klas Lundström examines the humanitarian crisis in West Papua as people continue to struggle for self-determination.
Somali farmers who can barely point out America on a map are innocent victims of the US ‘war on terror’, reports Jamal Osman.
Parsa Sanjana Sajid speaks to Rohingya refugees trapped on the Bangladeshi border.