Windrush isn’t just a “scandal.” It’s part of the U.K.’s ongoing mistreatment of immigrants and asylum seekers. … More Why We Should Stop Calling Windrush a ‘Scandal’
As the British government pushes for increased trade with the Commonwealth after Brexit, notions of empire loom large. … More Is the U.K.’s ‘Global Britain’ Policy an Imperialist Fantasy?
Madeline McSherry asks: Can Zuckerberg’s testimony spark much-needed tech regulation and policy? … More Don’t Blame Zuckerberg for Your Data Privacy Woes—Blame Your Legislators.
In an era of fake news and corrupt politicians, can Italy bring its democracy back to life? Sascha Lavin reports.
… More To Revive Democracy in Italy, Start With its Journalism
Will Putin’s fourth term hold any surprises? Anna Nadibaidze explains. … More Russia Has Elected ‘Putin 4.0.’ But Don’t Expect an Upgrade.
Across North America, indigenous women experience high rates of violence. Can campaigns like #MeToo and #TimesUp provide a model for change? … More The Indigenous Women #MeToo and #TimesUp Have Left Behind
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Madeline McSherry looks at 8 victories for women in foreign policy from the past year. … More 8 Wins for Women in Foreign Policy
Looking to try your hand at writing op-eds? Here are seven tips to get you published. … More 7 Tips for Writing Strong Political Op-eds
Do we have what it takes to end slavery by 2030? Symone Clark explains. … More To End Modern Slavery, We’ll Need More than Good Intentions
Think sports and politics can’t mix? This year’s Winter Olympics shows why they should, writes Annie May Byrne Noonan. … More Can the Winter Olympics Help Thaw Global Relations?