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Tobias Ellwood I lost family to terrorism – but we can’t desert former Isis recruits

Tearing up UK passports of foreign fighters may briefly make us feel better and corral popular opinion, but we cannot isolate ourselves from international extremism and expect anything to change

Saba Karim and Farrukh Karim Khan I remember a time when humanity trumped politics in the subcontinent

As someone who grew up in Pakistan, the brisk downward spiralling of human relationships on both sides doesn’t feel unlike tragedy. Such political agendas, if allowed to fester, will be difficult to reverse

Melanie Richter-Montpetit The German left can no longer ignore the plight of Palestinians

Many in Germany try to smear the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement as antisemitic. But BDS targets complicity not identity

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Nabila Ramdani How Modi’s annexation of Kashmir follows the Israel-Palestine script

As the Indian prime minister and Netanyahu’s colonial policies progress, they will continue to look to each other for support, desperately seeking to convince the world that what they are doing is just

Matthew Cortland Trump's plan to detaining kids indefinitely is ethnic cleansing

Despite three children  already dying of the flu while in US custody, the Trump administration is now refusing to vaccinate children in detention. How many more will die in cages?