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A pledging conference organised by the UN raised less than half the sum required to avert famine in “the most fragile state in the world”.
The arrest of the Indian climate activist Disha Ravi suggests that calls for justice and equity may lead to greater suppression.
The historian and former UN peacekeeper on why the military seized power and the prospects of a democratic path for the country.
Community groups fear the government is unprepared for one of its biggest immigration challenges since Windrush.
Proposals to address disparities in global vaccine distribution may not be enough to avoid what one UN official has termed “vaccine apartheid”.
Europe has always had regions in which cultural and political spheres overlap, and finding lasting solutions for them has never been easy.
By sourcing jabs from Europe’s geopolitical rivals, Viktor Orban may inspire other member states to follow suit.
The country’s 2021 festive celebrations are a reminder that the burden of the fight against Covid has not been borne equally.
How demands for “bread, freedom and social justice” have fared in the years since the Tahrir Square protests.
The opposition leader returned to Russia on his own terms – and forced the Kremlin on to the back foot.
Even after it vaccinates its own population, the EU may have no option but to toughen up its external borders significantly.