With the triggering of Article 50, Britain is facing a calamity.
Comparisons between the US and other fascist regimes are natural, but in the US, this phenomenon will take on uniquely evangelical traits.
Handwringing over whether it’s acceptable to punch Nazis skips a larger conversation about the comparative efficacy of violent and nonviolent resistance.
2016 is a year that couldn’t end soon enough for some—others, however, are trying to make sure it never does.
The myth that Chinese people are constantly on a quest to devour your beloved pets is a pernicious example of anti-Asian racism that just won’t die.
The world is turning its back on Syrian refugees. In Britain, a scant 200 children have been admitted after the closure of the infamous Calais Jungle. Britain can do better, argues Philippa Willits.
Louise Hung delves into the endless racial microaggressions endured by Asian-Americans, and her fears for the consequences of the upcoming election.
Being shouted at and called a ‘scrounger’ is a routine occurrence for disabled people in Britain, and it’s time for nondisabled people to do something about it.
Charley Pattison, the Green Party spokesperson for Justice, talks to Global Comment about Theresa May’s promise to scrap the Human Rights Act and what it means for Britain.
A televised ‘obesity autopsy’ in Britain is attracting comment and concern from the fat community, which fears that it will contribute to fat stigma.