With the UK leaving the EU, can English continue as an acceptable working language after Brexit?
Even after Brexit, English is a global and a European language that the EU should not neglect.
Conditions in Yemen are rapidly deteriorating, but the West is slow to act. Ben Krasa wonders why Western leaders are turning a blind eye to this tragedy.
In the throes and woes of Brexit, British cinema stands to lose big; Emilie Oudet explains how.
Jessica Sofizade reflects on the past year in politics and searches for a way to move forward.
Everyone has an opinion on Brexit, but not every voice is heard. The consequences of Brexit on the Roma, and their rights, need to be discussed.
The UK and the US have long been the backbone of the transatlantic alliance. How will that change under Trump?
Is the conservation of European heritage in India a new form of colonialism? Arnab Dutta concludes his series on ‘Little Europe in Bengal’ by exposing the dangers of Europe’s fresh interest in India.
A prison “a terrifying place with clanging steel doors constantly being locked and unlocked by the guards, surrounded high fences and razor wire”. For failed asylum seekers -This is Britain.
An American’s take on Europe and the Wider World: A satirical, factually inaccurate yet possibly politically stimulating stream of nonsense that is uncomfortably close to the truth. This week- Nigel Farage.