Michaela Whitton analyses the implications of an aggressive anti-terrorism programme.
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Following a spate of attacks, the government’s crackdown on terrorism seems more destabilizing than ever, reports Chalaine Chang.
Filed in: Egypt
Deep in the Cambodian jungle, Clothilde Le Coz meets Vietnamese refugees seeking asylum.
Post-referendum, Alexia Kalaitzi talks to Greek expats about the country’s future.
Ten years after the 7/7 London bombings, ISIS has once again transformed the terrorist threat to the West, writes Akil N. Awan.
Colombia’s ex-child soldiers are facing resentment and revenge as they try to reintegrate in society, reports Samantha Eyler.
Despite a fig leaf of respectability, scandals are stacking up for the Honduran president.
The hijacking of the Marianne flotilla to Gaza highlights the hypocrisy surrounding piracy, argues Felicity Arbuthnot.
Niki Seth-Smith considers the consequences of the EU forcing Greece out of Europe.
More than freedom of expression is under threat in Bangladesh, where the policing of dissent has led to a high-profile court case, writes Dina M Siddiqi.
Daiva Repečkaitė explains how Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia are clamouring to make themselves look good at the expense of Greece.