Why courts should not become a country’s sole moral arbiter, how coronavirus has impact judicial processes in India and South Africa, and more.
The recent news of evictions and mistreatment of African students in China during the COVID-19 pandemic is rooted in a history of violence and discrimination.
Activists in the occupied territories reinvent the Freedom Rides of 1960s America and in the process link US and Palestinian struggles for liberation.
What do we gain by exposing the material shortcomings of African health systems?
A film about North Korea’s relationship to African countries suggests a unique transcontinental relationship that resists easy classification.
Recent racist incidents in China are just a manifestation of deeply rooted attitudes vis-à-vis "blackness" in China that predate and will outlive COVID-19.
The new documentary on the future of our planet, executive produced by Michael Moore, fails on a number of fronts. But believers in green growth could still learn from it.
COVID-19 is teaching us lessons we should have learned from the HIV epidemic.
Reflections from New Orleans, Louisiana—the US's most African city—on the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
The United States’ military operations in Somalia are not well known because they'e carried out secretly or via proxies. COVID-19 hasn't slowed them down.
Surviving the COVID-19 crisis as a jobless Sierra Leonean domestic worker in Lebanon. They are stuck together after losing their jobs or fleeing abusive employers.
The unprecedented distress of momentarily locked-down lives should prompt Europeans to realize how much their leadership curtails freedom of movement on a permanent basis on the African continent.
Efforts to introduce 'peacebuilding' as panacea to current trends in US military spending do little to shift the imperialist status quo.
A documentary film reclaims precolonial histories and spiritualities between Nigeria and Venezuela.
A new thriller by Andrew Welsh-Huggins follows a detective investigating the disappearance of a Somali-American teenager in Ohio.
Relationships between African countries and China are more complex than they appear in the media and academia.
Black Brazilians have to fight official and popular narratives hiding the country's brutal and violent legacy of slavery.
Coronavirus will force all of us to grapple with a new sense of mortality.
Black Americans are not a unified voting bloc, and it is time to start paying attention.
Pandemics force even neoliberal thinkers to admit government action and collective solidarity are urgently needed.