Apple has caused outrage by announcing the death of the headphone jack, but are frustrating innovations necessary for overall technological progress?
The Indian prime minister is visiting Britain this week. What will come out of it?
The first female member of the Australian Black Panthers, Marlene Cummins, speaks out about the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her idols in the heyday of the Aboriginal rights movement.
Former soldier Rob Lawrie's instinctive act of humanity in Calais contradicts the shameful logic of deterrence and the xenophobia and outright racism that often drives it.
Early results in the country's first free election suggest a landslide win for Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy.
“They’re the ones that have the power and the gaze is towards us.”
"Doing nothing" will simply make the problem worse.
In Dubai there is no need for skyscrapers at all – but they give the city the perception of urban grandeur and perception is everything.
A year on, Luxembourg's tax arrangements remain shrouded in mystery, says Molly Scott Cato.
We never saw a noodle – it was all foie gras lollipops. One man announced he wouldn’t be at dinner as he was “popping over to Kowloon for a bit of prostitution”.
We need to move on from being upset - to getting stuff done, says Richard Howitt MEP.
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