Brenton Tarrant’s self-declared title of “kebab remover” is embedded in a greater pattern of racism.
The Christchurch terrorist exemplifies white-supremacist ideology - a mindset born in the Orientalist tradition.
The European Parliament's resolution on Turkey's European Union accession talks reads more like a personal attack than a research-based text.
Kazakhstan's leader for the past thirty years has voluntarily left the presidency, a first in the region.
Another man has been killed in police custody in Kashmir, this time a school teacher. Where do Kashmiris go for justice?
Violent ideology doesn't distinguish between hatred towards a race or religion. What makes this dangerous, and what does that mean for the future of anti-semitism and Islamophobia?
The corrosive impact of corruption in US universities has not only damaged the reputation of leading universities but also the basic ethos of meritocracy which they profess.
Whether Britain slams into a ‘no deal’ scenario or Theresa May succeeds in getting a delay from Brussels, few in the UK consider the situation to be anything other than a right dog’s breakfast. But who is really to blame?
The Iranian president met Iraqi president Barham Salih and Iraqi Grand Ayatollah Sistani is a sign to Washington in times where US officials visited Iraq frequently.
A new study of six Murdoch-owned newspapers in Australia reveals that on average eight negative stories appeared about Islam or Muslims per day - and that's just a tiny fraction of the billionaire's global media empire.
The US Senate vote in favour of ending support for the war in Yemen is an important indicator that attitudes in Washington are changing and the Trump administration is becoming isolated.
Vast inequalities prompted by white privilege have allowed entire groups, such as Muslims, to be dehumanised on a global scale. Not until proponents of Islamophobia are confronted, will this change.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a dilemma: stir up nationalist sentiment through harsh action against Gaza and possibly a military miscalculation, or avoid escalating tensions and be viewed as soft.
Minorities and stateless people are constantly stigmatised as 'outsiders' in Thailand. Hundreds of thousands are falling through the cracks in the system when they could be contributing to Thailand's ageing labour force.
As a country that prides itself on its liberal, moral outlook, we must now confront the fact that our values are under threat from a hatred that has been brewing under the surface for longer than we would like to admit.
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