Rhodes Must Fall Oxford is about more than just removing a statue; it’s about addressing institutionalized racism.
The student movement is a manifestation of various long-festering societal issues, and signals a change in the tide of political activism not just across Africa – but the entire world.
Expansion of permanent membership – and an even and fair distribution of veto power – is necessary to bring about meaningful reform to the Security Council. Continue reading Long Overdue: Reforming the UN Security Council
Last week, Ahmed Mohamed was arrested for bringing a clock to school. Clearly, children of criminalised minorities do not enjoy the luxury of “youthful innocence.”
Once conflict erupted in Yemen, India and China wasted no time in evacuating civilians of all stripes. What does this moment mean for the future of Sino-Indian relations?
It has been 21 years since the end of apartheid, yet South Africa remains a country divided along racial lines.
Adrian Jennings evaluates the future of the two-state solution in Israel and considers the benefits of a single, integrated state.
Adrian Jennings examines how pan-Africanism has shaped politics on the continent.
Just days after the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris, Boko Haram killed as many as 2,000 people in northern Nigeria.