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A good day for the Philippines

Iris Gonzales reports on the historic ruling against China’s claim over disputed territory.

Filed in: China Philippines

The 'New Colonialism' – the case of Western Sahara

A new report shows that the British scramble for Africa is a continuation of the nation’s foreign policy legacy, Tom Lebert writes.

Filed in: Africa Western Sahara

Thinking about post-Brexit xenophobia

Alastair Levy interviews economist and crime scholar Dr Marianna Koli, about the context giving rise to xenophobia.

Filed in: Race United Kingdom

Chilcot report: looking back on why we went to war with Iraq

If Tony Blair and George W. Bush had listened to Iraqis we would be living in a different world, Nikki van der Gaag writes.

Filed in: Iraq United Kingdom

UK Supreme Court highlights right of Chagos refugees to return home

The court ruling may indicate some progress but it also upholds the ban on the refugees’ return. Katie McQue reports.

Filed in: Human Rights United Kingdom

Brazil human rights defender found drowned in dam

The bodies of murdered women should not have to be the catalyst for responsible development, writes Erin Kilbride.

Filed in: Brazil Human Rights

Can Brexit be reversed?

Take the finger off the self-destruct button, say protesters. Will it work? asks Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: United Kingdom

In Venezuela's difficult times the grassroots are stronger

The time has come for rural communities to play an important role in the country, reports Tamara Pearson.

Filed in: Agriculture Venezuela

Video: We've had enough of the tiredness and lies

Caoimhe Butterly speaks directly to some of the 50,000 men, women and children trapped in Greece in three short documentaries.

Filed in: Greece Migration Refugees

No, Mr Zuckerberg: India's fight for freedom against Facebook

Few can resist the tech titans. Prabir Purkayastha tells the story of Indians who went into battle against Facebook, for freedom – and won.

Filed in: India Technology

When petitions and protests aren’t enough: what next?

Andrea Needham, who 20 years ago was arrested for disarming weapons bound for Indonesia, argues for bold action for peace and justice.

Filed in: Arms Conflict Indonesia Military Peace Timor-Leste

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