Activism for profit: America’s ‘anti-affirmative action’ industry

Like many Americans on election night in November 2020, I nervously awaited the results of the…

A war is being waged against academic freedom in Britain

Over the past few weeks, David Miller, a professor of political sociology at Bristol University in…

Khashoggi’s murder: It is time for accountability | Jamal Khashoggi News

In 2018, Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi went to the Saudi Arabian consulate…

UK Supreme Court’s Uber decision is a victory for all gig workers | Business and Economy News

For the past few years, the “gig economy” business model – in which workers are classified…

The way out of Somalia’s political impasse | Elections News

Somalia is in a political crisis. For the first time in the country’s recent history, the…

Why the 2020 violence in Delhi was a pogrom

After the passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in December 2019, India’s Muslim community, civil…

The ‘Greta Thunberg’s toolkit’ scandal and rule of law in India

On February 14, India witnessed an unlikely Sunday afternoon visual – the doors of a courthouse…

Is Algeria’s Hirak dead?

The Hirak, the peaceful uprising that led to the fall of former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika,…

The Arab world: Time for a reset?

In the Arab world today, there is a treacherous tendency to pigeonhole people into a one-dimensional…

The vaccine debacle and the predatory nature of capitalism

Vaccines have been a beacon of hope amid a raging coronavirus pandemic that has killed more…