Born a Crime, Raised an Icon: Trevor Noah’s Powerful Autobiography
Deftly woven and wittily presented Born A Crime is a cathartic narrative of the complexity of a fractured post-apartheid South Africa
An “autobiographical comedy” is how Trevor...
Myanmar's Enemy Within: The Illusion of Diversity and the Spread of Fear
Exclusive extract from new book by Francis Wade exploring the persecution of Myanmar’s religious minorities
Not so long ago, a visitor to an immigration office in Myanmar will...
Chef’s Table: Halima Saleem On Nadiya’s British Food Adventure
Culinary darling of the nation Nadiya Hussain releases her latest cook book and television show
I didn't have to read much of Nadiya's British Food Adventure to know that I'd love...
G20 in Hamburg: Fears and Fractures After the Summit
The 2017 G20 summit was fraught with an authoritarian structure that pushed dire global problems to the peripheries
The international forum for the governments and central bank governors...
Hollywood production by Christopher Nolan disrupts nationalist fantasies
It was hard to tell how much time had passed, but about 30 or 45 minutes into the film,...
Portraits and Landscapes in ‘Beyond Moments: Morocco’
Iraqi photographer Maythem Ridha intimately captures Morocco’s shades and hues
Maythem Ridha opened his exhibition Beyond Moments: Morocco in Isleworth’s Redlees Studios. A cluster...
Poem: Eyes On Black
Printed dots, that's all they are,
blotted in a row.
Tomorrow's trash (I know the line),
but still, they crack my soul.
I started as a reader. I ended up malign.
Who speaks for me, in all this...