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A militarised over-reaction by the US government to legitimate domestic protests is a gift to dictators across the world.
An academic survey shows the American Republican party ranks as one of the worst in the world when it comes to standing up for the rights of ethnic minority groups.
Differences in working culture and government responses have created a sharp divide. Which way will the UK go?
16 June 1989: The Deng regime says no students died in Tiananmen Square. Here, a student who escaped asserts that a deliberate massacre took place.
Powerful images from this week's demonstrations.
Income sources cut and high levels of public debt paint a gloomy future for small island developing states.
On its 100th anniversary, the agreement is being used to whitewash anti-Semitism in the past and present.
How the killing by police of George Floyd convulsed the United States.
Why the hard right is fighting lockdown.
Donations allow people to protest who would otherwise be denied a voice by the US's unequal system of cash bail.
What connects the most brazen forms of state violence against black people and the struggles of BAME coronavirus patients is systemic racism.