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Malcolm Lewis reviews Luxor directed and written by Zeina Durra; Shirley directed by...

Amazon for the Amazon? Founder Jeff Bezos at his firm's HQ in Seattle. TED S WARREN/AP

Danny Chivers reveals the deep flaws of ‘net-zero’ targets.

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Jan-Peter Westad on the uncertain future of the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict.

Following the police killing of George Floyd, 300 people gather outside the Minnesota capitol building to demand reparations from the United States government for years of slavery, Jim Crow, segregation, redlining,  ​and violence against black people from police in St. Paul, Minnesota on June 19, 2020. Credit: Fibonacci Blue

Does a racially just future need to include reparations for transatlantic slavery or is that a distraction from achieving...

After months of unconstitutional rule since Jeanine Áñez’s military-backed coup, Richard Swift gives a...

Chin’ono’s crime was using Twitter to criticize Zimbabwe’s government, writes Nanjala Nyabola.

Credit: Neil Palmer (CIAT). Women farmers at work in their vegetable plots near Kullu town, Himachal Pradesh, India. 

Nilanjana Bhowmick on the recent legislation steamrolled through parliament that has disadvantaged working...

Louise Gray and Malcolm Lewis review Uprize! by Spaza and Zan by Liraz...

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Indiscriminate hater Andrzej Duda divides Poland.

Yewande Omotoso ponders how belonging to a city goes beyond the bald fact of living in it.

Profit over the planet: A care-based economy would do the opposite. ZHANG KAIYV/UNSPLASH

Richard Swift examines the deep roots of the market economy’s failures. Time for a radical rethink.

Uyghur poet and teacher Abduweli Ayup talks to Jan-Peter Westad about language, cultural...

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak jettisoned the UK's pledge to retain the UK's 0.7 per cent foreign aid commitment this week. Credit: Andrew Parsons

Britain’s aid budget cut is the act of a callous government. But we must re-think aid if we’re to turn the tide, writes...

From dealing with Covid-19, to finding inventive ways to make ends meet, three workers from the Philippines, Trinidad and...

Albertina is 15 and the oldest of three sisters. When her mother died she took over responsibility for raising her younger siblings. Now she wants to become a nurse. CHRIS DE BODE/PANOS

It’s essential work yet it is undervalued across the world. Amy Hall makes the case for putting care front...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a press conference on 16 March, with Chief Medical Officer Prof Chris Witty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance. Picture by Andrew Parsons

Boris Johnson announces billions for the defence industry, peanuts for climate action and nothing to tackle child poverty,...

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