Suchandrika Chakrabarti / April 18, 2019
When Denise Uwimana made the decision to forgive her Hutu neighbours, some of the other survivors called her a traitor. But 25 years after the Rwandan genocide, she says the act of forgiveness can...
Diane Roberts / April 17, 2019
Younger readers might find this hard to believe, but there was a time, not so long ago, when both Britain and America were admired for the governing principles they espoused
A month on from the Christchurch attacks, are we ready for a proper conversation about race in New Zealand?
Maya Goodfellow / April 16, 2019
Ardern's response to the attack was rightly praised. But with some distance from the immediate events, we now have to look at what came before to make sense of what else needs to come after
Shinzo Abe has courted the American president but he cannot escape the logic of “America first”
Zeljko Jovanovic / April 11, 2019
Across Europe, Roma people are fighting back against right-wing, anti-EU populism. It's time for progressive politicians to recognise their shared values
Self-interest demands that Britain play a leading role—as it always has done
She made headlines for her response to Christchurch. Less noticed is the way this young PM’s radical plans are shaking up her country’s economy and society
If we spend the 0.7 per cent well, the developing world will benefit—and so will we
The answer is far more complicated than you think
Steve Bloomfield / March 26, 2019
Leading candidate Zuzana Caputova has already shown the rest of Europe that a successful outsider doesn’t have to be an extremist