A series of op-eds, essays and commentaries on today’s biggest global news headlines.
The brutal murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery in the US have become a tipping point—galvanising the movement to end racial injustice across the world.
The visualization of data related to the novel coronavirus has helped the public understand the risks and realities of the pandemic. Getting these wrong, though, can mislead the public and distort public policy.
As the novel coronavirus pandemic sweeps across continents, it is nurses who are bearing much of the brunt of the crisis. Their contributions and sacrifices should not be overlooked.
In Serbia, there is a deepening divide between the government and its people. Language is the first step in understanding this alienation of citizens.
‘While the world is forcing us to cooperate internationally and begging for global remedies for everything from the coronavirus to the climate crisis, there is still far too little attention to global journalism’. Gie Goris and Jago Kosolosky, current and future editor-in-chief of MO* respectively, regret that.
One week after Iran erupted in protests, an Iranian journalist in exile reflects on the deafening silence both inside and outside her country.
Facing threats and violence, human rights defenders in Guatemala must decide whether to leave their communities or stay and organize protection.
Gambia’s Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) will give Yahya Jammeh’s victims a path towards healing. It’s a step in the right direction. But the proceedings are off to a shaky start.
In his first five years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party took India down a path where basic freedoms and the rule of law are no longer guaranteed, transforming the secular foundations of India’s democracy into a violent, authoritarian regime.