Water Is Life: The Battle to Block the Dakota Access Pipeline
Why the indigenous campaign “Mni Wiconi” has put extractivism under question
Against a backdrop of the howling white noise generated by this year’s U.S. presidential...
Trafficked and Trapped in Oman
Female domestic workers in Oman suffer extreme hardship with forced labour, abuse and little or no recourse to legal assistance
“She kicked me and I fell on my chest....
The Merchant of Venice and Conservative Party Politics
Originally published in 1600, Shakespeare’s play is brought to life at the Globe and its relevance is disconcerting
The Jewish merchant, Shylock,...
Islam and the Spiritual in Cuba
Embracing Islam amid the changing religious landscape of Cuba comes with its challenges
Cuba is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable states in the world. The country provides free...
From the Nation to the Stars at the 60th BFI London Film Festival
The BFI London Film Festival (LFF) celebrates its 60th year with films exploring imperialism and nationhood
It is said that the largest cities of the most globalised nations...
Shimon Peres Is Dead, But We Mourn the Record of King's College London
An honorary doctorate awarded to the recently deceased Shimon Peres remains an obscenity at a time when his controversial career is back in the spotlight
Trump Vs. Clinton on Debate Night
Donald Trump's shoddy performance in the first presidential debate night indicates that he may not fare well with the undecided electorate
Donald Trump called into Fox and Friends...