As an uncertain and turbulent political era begins in the United States, the need for assertive and potent resistance has never been stronger. Rafael Torrubia’s new work Black Power and the American People provides both a comprehensive history of the movement – and a powerful call to arms for today’s activists. Just a scant few days ago, the White House’s …
In the wake of Burma’s historic elections last week, Rory MacLean, author of Under the Dragon reflects on his first visit to Burma, where he met opposition leader and Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi…
As ISIS and their followers dominate the headlines, author Michele Haapamäki takes a look at those fighting against the Islamic State, and draws parallels with the militia who took up arms against General Franco…
Following Monday’s launch, debut author Jemimah Steinfield returned to Asia House to join Xiaolu Guo in conversation about love, sex and youth in modern China.
On Thursday 19 February, Richard Sakwa’s Frontline Ukraine was reviewed by Jonathan Steele for the Guardian, and hailed as ‘the best analysis yet in book form of events on the ground in eastern Ukraine as well as in Kiev, Washington, Brussels and Moscow.’
Continuing last week’s article on what’s being done to prevent sex trafficking into Berlin, Rory MacLean talks to outreach worker Patricia Green.
In the first of two articles, Rory MacLean takes a look at what is being done to prevent women being tricked or trafficked into prostitution in Germany’s capital.
Christine Ryan collects the voices of child soldiers from the Sudan civil war.
Having scrapped their Olympic bid for 2020, one can only hope Italy’s enthusiasm for belt tightening will now extend to curbing MPs luxurious lifestyles.