The Trump administration’s policy on immigrant families and the “New” Poor Laws of England in the 1830s bear striking similarities in a Dickensian sense.
After years of forced isolation by erstwhile Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, the current administration of Adama Barrow is on way to course correction.
Complete domination of rural life by political parties means they – not caste or religious groups – have a monopoly on violence.
The government of the northeast Indian state of Assam appears poised to strip millions of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants of all constitutional rights and even render them stateless.
Fifteen years after the fall of the Iraqi dictator, an Iraqi recalls the utter chaos that followed the American invasion.
Anti-Muslim sentiments in Sri Lanka can be attributed to the spread of ultranationalist Buddhist rhetoric propagated by Buddhist extremist groups which use Buddhism to justify their narrative.
The Chinese Premiere's successful bid to indefinitely extend his tenure is bound to alter Chinese politics and society - for the good or worse.
The demolition of Lenin's statue in the northeast Indian state of Tripura marks another step towards greater saffronisation by the country's ruling party.
Potential dissidents within the NLD are unlikely to gain influence in the near term.
National self-determination is just as provocative a principle of international law today as it was when it first emerged in revolutionary-era France.