In the U.S., immigrants who arrived as children haven’t been targeted for deportation. But that could change.
For the poorest residents of Manila, living in the city means living under the city.
The information war in Syria may ensure impunity for Bashar al-Assad.
In 2010, when Minsk exploded into protest, state violence soon followed. This year “Europe’s Last Dictatorship” allowed marches against a widely hated tax, but respite was only temporary.
The early opposition to American far-right populism has been hampered by division and despair. What’s next for the resistance?
Inside the Kremlin’s propaganda playbook, where “nothing is true and everything is possible.” But from Moscow to Washington, there’s still a way to fight back.
The Nigerian linguist Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún isn’t ready to consign Yoruba to the history books. But he’s fighting the tide.
In 2004 and again in 2008, an Austrian-born Canadian citizen living in the swing state of Florida cast absentee ballots in the U.S. presidential...
The governments of Myanmar and Bangladesh would rather ignore these women. Raped and tortured, they won’t be silent.
India’s Pink Gang has grown from a small group of women wielding sticks to a potent political force.
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