Asia | 07.02.17

It’s the Euroasian Economic Union, Stupid

China’s hard, economic clout versus Russia’s soft power. Sure China and Russia are cooperating in the building of a new silk road, but who will win the battle for Central Asia?

Africa | 20.02.17

Getting Somalia Wrong?

We’ve teamed up with Yonis Ali Nur and Mary Harper to publish a Somali edition of Getting Somalia Wrong? Download it for free here.

Asia | 31.01.17

Chinese Foreign Policy in 5 Minutes

From the New Silk Road to the economic corridor that is the Indian Ocean, Tom Miller gives us an expert breakdown of Chinese Foreign Policy going into 2017.

Environment | 31.01.17

Spoiling Tibet

Gabriel Lafitte takes a look at China’s resource nationalism, on the roof of the world.

Culture and Media | 08.12.16

Gaza Hacker Kids

Who are Gaza Hacker Team? In this extract from Digital Jihad, Erik Skare introduces us to a group of electronic jihadists and script kiddies who have been active for over eight years.

Human Rights | 10.11.16

How Can We Refuse Borders?

How do we resist the border, in a current reality where borders proliferate? And are we really pointing to a possible future world free of borders?

Culture and Media | 10.11.16

Imagined Identities

What do we do when locality is no longer an independent variable by which to analyse or shape the world we inhabit? In this extract from Diasporas Gerd Baumann re-examined the notion of community and of national and cultural identity.

Race and Indigenous Politics | 10.11.16

What’s a Border Wall For?

The average annual per capita GDP of the countries that have built walls or fences at their borders since the fall of the Berlin Wall is $14,067; the average for the countries on the other side of these barriers is $2,801. Here Reece Jones answers the question: what’s a border wall really for?

Culture and Media | 02.11.16

John Berger at 90 competition

To celebrate John Berger’s 90th birthday on the 5th November, ZED, Verso, Penguin and Smokestack Books are teaming up to offer a fantastic prize for Berger fans old and new.

Africa | 19.10.16

Wangari Maathai and Peace on Earth

The legacy of Nobel Peace Laureate Wangari Maathai’s life is a crucial reminder that peace on earth depends on our ability to secure our living environment.

Africa | 19.10.16

Leymah Gbowee the Peace Warrior

Leymah Gbowee’s rise from social worker to Nobel Peace Laureate paved the way for the first elected female president in Africa in 2006. Here we take a look at her life and work.

Asia | 14.10.16

999 Days of Mourning?

Andrew MacGregor Marshall, author of A Kingdom in Crisis the book banned in Thailand last year, outlines the official mourning process for the king who died last week after 70 years on the throne and considers the uncertain future the nation now faces.