Hope, resistance and the value of Palestinian poetry

Using six different poems of Palestinian origin, Audrey Wong unpacks the repercussions of writing—about the dead, about the living—in a war-torn environment and highlights the importance of the counter-narrative.

Cambodia’s curse: Pol Pot’s reign of terror

Phoenix Woolnough traces Cambodia’s harrowing experience of violence and authoritarianism following the Second World War, challenging a simplistic rendering of the Cold War period.

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