US foreign policy has fuelled violence in Latin America throughout history. What impact will Trump’s latest policy changes have in the region and on its Dreamers?
The history of international development is full of brief bubbles of excitement over ‘silver bullets’ to combat poverty. Is the artificial intelligence hype any different?
Ethiopia’s Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is over half way towards completion. But will the dam cause more problems than it solves?
Iraq and Afghanistan are striking examples of the entanglement of Western aid and defence priorities. But is securitization here to stay?
Pressure is mounting on tech companies to up their efforts in tackling online extremism. But is there still too much emphasis on Islamist groups - and not enough on the far-right?
A refugee’s right to privacy and data protection is found in international human rights law - but are humanitarian agencies doing enough to protect the data of the people they work with?
What does the EU’s new joint army pact tell us about Europe’s changing power dynamics in the Brexit era?
Behind the East African nation of Djibouti's strained relations with Eritrea - and Qatar - is the country's counter-terrorism strategy
Belarus and Russia share similar power structures, are economically linked, and have close military ties - but their relationship is far from perfect