Conflict did not always rule people’s minds and hearts and it did not shape Jewish–Arab relations from the start.
Matthew Carr describes the impact of Europe’s migrant tragedy on the island that Italians once called l’isola bella – the beautiful island.
As India’s election season gets into full swing, the idea of creating new states has once again appeared front and centre.
An interview with David Kilcullen on the future of guerrilla warfare.
The United States serves as the archetype of all New World countries, founded as it was on self-conscious ideas instead of the principle of inheritance that to this day undergirds so many European nations.
Sarah LeFanu, author of ‘S is for Samora’, on Nelson Mandela and Samora Machel
The manifestations of Islamophobia evident after the gruesome murder of Lee Rigby were also apparent in Victorian Britain.
Delwar Hussain on Rana Plaza and the price of neoliberal development policy in Bangladesh
While the conveyor-belt theory may offer a simplistic narrative fit for popular consumption, the issues involved in such cases seldom are.