The Spike in Killings of Mexican Journalists

By Giulia McDonnell Nieto Del Rio

Mexico is the third deadliest place in the world to do journalism — and the U.S. is making things worse.


Interview with Jan Egeland

By Ana Garralda

Jan Egeland was one of the chief architects of the Oslo Accords, the secret negotiations between Israel and Palestine (1993-94) while Secretary of State in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Spanish news site spoke to him on the 50th anniversary of the occupation.

Of sacred cows and profane men

By L K Sharma

In India today, the national discourse is dominated by the cow. The cow has highlighted religious, regional, social and cultural differences. Some humans have been killed in the name of the cow.

Adults in the Room, by Yanis Varoufakis

By Paul Tyson

A lot, maybe the future of Europe, depends on how you read the opening conversation with Larry Summers in ‘one of the greatest political memoirs of all time.’ Theological review.

Gertrude Bell: the tragedy of her Baghdad letters

By Tony Curzon Price

A remarkable new documentary assembled from Gertrude Bell’s letters read over archive footage makes us wish for what might have been.

Political Tours

Political Tours