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After the storm

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December 19, 2017

As extreme, catastrophic climate events become the new norm, Dominica — a Caribbean nation devastated by Hurricane Maria three months ago — has become a testing ground for resilience.  


Will 2018 bring renewed attention to Eastern Ukraine?

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December 14, 2017

While the conflict in Donbass has been largely off topic this year, a perfect storm is brewing: continued violence, an upcoming Russian election, a determined Canadian foreign minister and a Ukrainian front that can’t hold forever. 


Bordering on Division

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December 4, 2017

Along the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, communities have worked hard to move on from a more violent time in the island’s history, when customs posts and military checkpoints were the norm. But, as Brexit looms, is a return to the past inevitable?

Joshua Wong

'Hong Kong has just entered into an authoritarian era'

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December 1, 2017

Three years after the Umbrella Movement began, activist Joshua Wong continues to fight for democracy. In conversation with journalist Belinda Lloyd, he discusses his time as Hong Kong's youngest political prisoner and the state of human rights in the region.