The Prime Minister’s reinterpretation of India’s constitutional principles is a source of enormous concern.
Dr Eleanor Newbegin explains the contested history of the Indian nation-state.
We need transnational justice to secure the rights of Venezuelan women.
The President’s forceful nationalism has taken a darker turn.
Samia Omar shares her experience of the MA International Studies and Diplomacy.
SOAS student Liam Butterworth reports on this CISD panel event.
The lingering scandal of Operation Car Wash has paved the way for the far right leader.
Sportspeople need to be willing to talk about the challenges they face in seeking inclusion
How women in Colombia are finding their own way towards peace.
How mass movement and action can combat a crisis fuelled by capitalism.
“Journalists have been sent a warning.”
We can’t afford to be complacent as politics’ class clown aims for Number 10.
How Women in Black are reclaiming public spaces with stillness.
“I took away three things from this trip: connection, conversation, and culture.”
The ‘New Silk Road’ played a central part in President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Rome.
Child marriage denies young girls of any agency in their future.
After San Diego, more needs to be done to identify potential threats before they strike.
Don’t miss out on The China Debate at SOAS on 7 May.
We need a truly internationalist approach to address the climate crisis.
Khan directed the term at his male rival Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari in a recent speech.
A look at the policies affecting and controlling women’s bodies in the upcoming elections.
Two years since the murder of Mashal Khan, students take to the streets
The government needs to move faster to prevent a climate crisis.
Have Marco Minniti’s immigration policies failed Libyan migrants?
Will Italy be the first G7 country to endorse President Xi Jinping’s flagship initiative?
Is it right for the UK to criminalise involvement with Hezbollah’s political wing?
“We became closer as a group and formed a deep connection”
Jane Eisenhardt examines the history of conflict surrounding borders
Andrew Griffiths recently returned to the House amidst claims of sexual harassment
‘Stop the boats’ creates and supports the very same trafficking networks the EU condemns
Taking a leaf out of Black Mirror’s script-book?
Many EU countries have recently adopted laws that criminalise activists
International Anti-Corruption Day
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