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The historian and former UN adviser on why the military seized power and the prospects of a democratic path for the country.
With only nine deaths from Covid-19, the island's handling of the pandemic is a testament to the success of its democracy.
Community groups fear the government is unprepared for one of its biggest immigration challenges since Windrush.
The democratic inclusivity of the country’s anti-coup protests mark a departure from its recent past.
The country’s 2021 festive celebrations are a reminder that the burden of the fight against Covid has not been borne equally.
Parliament should halt the UK government’s immoral prioritisation of trade over human rights.
The Indian government has discovered it can shut off internet access, but not social media ire.
Torn between China and Russia, and haunted by the ghosts of its communist past, Kazakhstan has taken an authoritarian turn.
Has the first Covid-19 epicentre bounced back after a year? Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin discuss on the World Review podcast
East Asia’s early restrictions have increasingly been adopted across the West, undermining myths of “freedom-loving” publics.
Abuses in Xinjiang have been overshadowed by lucrative side-deals and strategic rhetoric from France and Germany.