Security forces crack down on Kurdistan protests, leaving eight dead

Protests in Iraq's Kurdistan Region were met with rubber bullets, tear gas and live ammunition.

A year on from the Baghdad protests, activists live in fear and exile

On October 25, 2020, thousands of Iraqis took to the streets in Baghdad to commemorate the one year anniversary of the popular...

Sense and Solidarity

The cycles of praise and attacks miss a vital point: many young people are working in sectors where 'safe' choices are outside their control.

Podcast Review: The Policed Podcast

Dr Vicky Conway wrote the book on policing in Ireland. Now she’s taking on podcasting.

Cultural Marxism: 9 to 5

A last gasp for the radical feminist and labour movements of the 1960s and 70s.

Podcast Review: The Palestine Podcast

The tech companies we rely on to live our lives are making it increasingly difficult to access content on Palestine. But that’s not why you should listen to The Palestine Podcast.



A reason to celebrate? Human Rights Day 2020 and the UN at 75

Last week the world celebrated Human Rights Day. But Dr. Thamil Venthan Ananthavinayagan argues that the human rights project has been manipulated and corrupted.

Why Trump has been unable to end endless wars

Spoiler alert: not just because he never really wanted to.