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Hong Kong’s police are frequently depicted as enemies of the people – so why is the force seen as a desirable career path?
All of us must stand in solidarity with the protesters on the streets of their city; we cannot turn a blind eye to the erosion of their rights and freedoms.
But a new extradition law threatens to further erode the territory's freedoms.
India’s electorate is unpredictable, but the BJP will do much to cement its power.
Thirty years on, the events that took place in Beijing remain misunderstood – and the Chinese government wants to keep it that way.
The BJP’s shady “social media unit” administers a drip-feed of hate against minorities and dissenters.
As a new emperor takes the throne, prime minister Abe is consolidating his ultranationalist “beautiful Japan” project. But can he overcome a falling population and stagnating economy?
The dispute is the latest manifestation of a backlash against the post-crash model of economic integration.
“I don’t want to have to give my voters money,” one parliamentary candidate tells me. “But it’s simply a reality of the situation India is in. If I don’t pay, my opponents will.”
A presidential pardon is a frustrating conclusion to this case.
Learning English, digital and leadership skills gave Modina the confidence to stop her marriage aged 15. Now she’s supporting other girls to do the same. But has a 2017 law change made it harder to escape this crime?