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Culture of the heart: from China to the West

A great-grandfather’s autobiographical account reveals a window into the past and present, writes Peter Kenworthy.

Filed in: China Culture

‘Politics is the battle of remembering over forgetting’

Comedian and activist Mark Thomas talks socialist sheds, working-class stories and the importance of sticking together.

Filed in: England Society Trade Unions Work

Gujarati vigilante violence on Dalits sparks protest

The abused caste often lives in anguish, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: India

Turkey in turmoil

Turkey’s president exploits the recent attempted coup against him to crack down on opponents. Chris Brazier reports.

Filed in: Turkey

Nigerian officials grow rich on the hunger of the poor

Samuel Malik reports on endemic corruption in Nigeria’s camps for the internally displaced.

Filed in: Human Rights Nigeria

Police executions push Kenya to dark days

The killings are causing outrage, panic and shock among citizens. Henry Owino reports.

Filed in: Kenya

Jassim – the need to remember

Judith Morrison reflects on a young Iraqi poet whose life was taken.

Filed in: Iraq

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

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