Each generation must out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfil it, or betray it. – Frantz Fanon
When it comes to religious methods of animal slaughter, animal welfare must be the primary concern.
There are resolutions made to be broken and ones made to be kept, the UN’s seems to be sitting comfortably in the former.
It’s easy not to recognise the real, if slow, progress that has been made on nuclear disarmament. There will be big challenges in 2014 to maintain it.
The violence that befell South Sudanese capital Juba on the fateful day of the 14th December 2013 sent shockwaves through the country.
An area of China’s farmland the size of Belgium is now too polluted to grow crops, officials have announced.
The spiral of violence in South Sudan is not simply an ethnic conflict of Dinka on Nuer. Politics, as well as oil, is at issue.
The recent deportation of Nigerian refugee Isa Muazu shows how refugee law is being subverted for political gain.
Detroit was the cradle of Fordist capitalism and the American dream. Then it became their grave. Is there an end to the city’s decline?
Women are losing their land and livelihoods in the face of land grabs, discriminatory traditions and customs, and the lack of a strong legal framework.