Clandestine Jewish Purim and Carnaval celebrations in Israel and Brazil, and the relevancy of the cultural celebration of Day of the Dead.
Despite making up the majority, Black people in Bermuda have to contend with systemic racism regularly in the workplace, at school, and elsewhere. Why is that?
A month after heavy rainfall, the workers in the flooded zinc mine in Burkina Faso are still trapped, and their chances of survival are waning.
Tracing the story of a Muslim woman immigrating from Pakistan to Canada, Skeena by Fauzia Rafique offers a unique exploration of the various intersections of identity and oppression.
Since his election in 2018, Mexico’s President Andres Manuel López Obrador (known as AMLO) has chosen to focus on public infrastructure investments as opposed to creating a hospitable environment for foreign investment.
The realities of addiction are immensely complex and not always met with support. Supervised injection sites are one harm-reduction model that takes a new approach to helping those who need it.
In recent weeks, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has made headlines owing to its decision to investigate atrocities committed in Ukraine – a country in which it technically does not have the authority to do so.
Corruption in Bulgaria – and throughout Eastern Europe – is harming the economic and democratic development of the region. What is being done to combat this?
The invasion of Ukraine has highlighted how reliant we are on immediate goods and resources from trade, and how few countries are prepared for national and global emergencies.
When politicians attack opponents instead of promoting their own policies, they are making a strategic decision.
What is the International Criminal Court, what crimes fall under its jurisdiction, and how is its authority limited?
Sudan’s military rule has been supported by autocratic military leaders in neighboring countries since its start. This has limited the pressure that protestors and international support for them can exert to bring back democratic rule in Sudan.
As Turkey and Israel remain divided over some issues, economic developments as well as shifting political alliances at the regional level may push the two countries closer.
A quick Google search of a country like Pakistan reveals how search engines sustain long-held Orientalist stereotypes and misconceptions.
India can expect an influx of climate refugees from neighboring island nations as sea levels continue to rise. Yet, is the Indian government ready and willing to accommodate for such a crisis?
Argentina’s Peronist left has engaged in rapprochement with China, Iran, and Russia. What does this mean for the regional balance of power and the country’s economy?
The media coverage and international response to the war in Ukraine have been especially different from that of other wars and crises that have occurred around the world.
In the recent UN general assembly vote condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine, India abstained because of its unique connections to Russia and its domestic politics.
Dubai is famous for being one of the richest and most beautiful cities in the world, but underlying issues regarding migrant workers and freedom of speech show that the city may not be as picturesque as it seems.
In the United States, the historic and ongoing discrimination towards Black Americans has made economic equity out of reach for many. But is affirmative action the most viable way to unlearn prejudice and racism in employment?
The American Petroleum Institute is taking advantage of the inflated prices of fuel and support for Ukraine to expand its monopoly of drilling leases.