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21.01.15 | Brian McQuinn

Brian McQuinn debunks three common myths that surround the aftermath of the Libyan Revolution.

13.01.15 | Madurika Rasaratnam

A change of government in Sri Lanka has raised hopes of steps towards a meaningful resolution for the country’s Tamils. Madurika Rasaratnam argues that international pressure might hold the key.

12.01.15 | Jim Wolfreys

The persistent targeting of Muslims is preventing the effective management of diversity in French society.