The virus presents us with an unprecedented opportunity, and obligation, to reconfigure how we live. The joke will be on us for not taking it.
Fascists like Brenton Tarrant weaponise environmentalism in service of white supremacism and the strategy is gaining popularity in mainstream politics.
Ten years ago, far-right groups were driven more by hyper-nationalist causes than xenophobic sentiments but now things have changed at grassroots level.
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.
The 585-page Brexit agreement between the European Union and Great Britain is intended to regulate the withdrawal of the UK while mitigating the consequences. Here is an overview of the key points of the treaty.
US President Donald Trump believes he can abolish birthright citizenship, which guarantees everyone who was born in the US citizenship, by decree. Many think he is instrumentalising it for the upcoming midterm elections.
Hundreds of South Koreans will enter North Korea to reunite with their relatives and loved ones, as agreed by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in during their first summit in April.
"Rocket man" (N Korean leader Kim Jong-un) and "Dotard" (US President Donald Trump) hurled insults at each other. Now the nuclear-armed pair will shake hands for a summit unimaginable just months ago.
Karl Marx, a founder of communism, believed capitalism would inevitably self-destruct, to be followed by socialism, then communism. He was born on May 5, 1818. His ideas are as passionately debated, embraced and vilified today as they were then.
In America, white people are too often complacent, even as allies. Will white America realise that in order for society to change they must be prepared to shoulder the social hardship of people of colour?
Western European security sources say Russian vessels are smuggling fuel from Russian Far Eastern ports to North Korea, breaching the UN sanctions.
Incoming vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache has in the past been ambivalent about EU membership, calling Brussels a “bureaucratic monster” and saying that Britain will “probably be better off” after it leaves the bloc.
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