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With the Pussy Riot trials, the Winter Olympics, rampant homophobia and most recently the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has been very much in the...

Egyptian history was made last week when Hala Shukralla became the first woman to be elected leader of a major political party. She will...

Angered by corruption, increasing Russian influence and a last minute U-turn on a deal which would have seen Ukraine form stronger ties with Europe,...

© Bertrand NOËL Feminism: the belief in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. Now, that doesn't sound so bad, does it? In...

From the 21st-24th of September 2013 the world watched in horror as the tragic events of the Westgate attack unfolded in Nairobi, Kenya. For...

There are few people as well equipped to write an analytical summery of the current and, potential, future state of the Middle East than...

In the summer of 2011 the London riots shook the UK. This piece focuses on a boy and his mother who are affected by...

I delved into Floating City with the expectation of gaining a quantifiable, data-driven insight into New York's underworld… and knowing, best-selling author, Sudhir Venkatesh's...

’The Democracy Project’ by David Graeber provides a comprehensive look at the Occupy movement and the history of democracy as a whole. It clarifies the...

Ali Soufan is a former FBI special agent and renowned counter-terrorism interrogation expert. His book 'The Black Banners: Inside the Hunt for Al Qaeda'...