Global Comment’s editors are exploring stories on subjects like the psychology of facts and race among Muslim-American communities.
Join Global Comment’s editors with some of our favourite reads for the week on political culture, life, and a little marine biology.
This week we’re reading about refugees, journalism in authoritarian regimes, the Women’s March, and Deaf hip hop artists.
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.
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone—the governors claiming refugees are a safety risk have a patchy history of their own on that score.
We’re reading stories on subjects from the politics of tiny houses to the terrifying civil rights crackdown in Turkey this week. Join us!
Here’s some of our favourite reading from the week on the Brexit vote, the California primary, family farms in the United States, refugees making a new home in Idaho, and war crimes prosecutions in Syria.
Schengen was designed to promote visa-free passage throughout Europe, but the refugee crisis is putting it to an unprecedented test. Is this the beginning of the end for the EU?
From the Eastern Orthodox Church to a blind Palestinian journalist, here’s what the editors of Global Comment are reading about this week.
Refugees trapped in US detention facilities face highly disturbing conditions.