The Russia-Ukraine grain deal is over. Who gains?

Russia has bombed grain stores in Ukraine and pulled out of a deal that had allowed safe passage of food exports through the Black Sea.Ukraine is a major exporter of grains, and the deal, brokered by the United…

Why is Tunisia expelling Black refugees?

In early July, Tunisian authorities forcibly expelled hundreds of Black migrants and refugees from Sfax, Tunisia’s second-largest city. Al Jazeera found many of them days later without food or water, wandering through the desert ‘no…
Al Jazeera

France’s pension protests and the future of work

More than a million people have protested Fran's pension reform, which was formally presented last Monday. With more demonstrations planned, is Macron risking civil unrest to get his plan through?
Al Jazeera

#Davos2023: We need to talk about #Davos.

What actually happened at Davos and what do the people left of the invite list need to know?
Al Jazeera

Why is OPEC+ cutting oil production?

The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries has announced reducing oil production by 2 million barrels per day, one of its largest supply cuts since the coronavirus pandemic. The decision comes at a time when many…
Al Jazeera

COP26 and the global climate crisis: how do we save the planet?

As COP26 comes to a close, we investigate the global environmental and economic challenge facing humanity. In this podcast, Luke Cooper talks to economist Laurie Macfarlane, a columnist at Open Democracy and a fellow at…
Another Europe is Possible

Where is Germany going? The future of Europe’s sleeping giant after the Merkel era

The fight is on to replace Germany's centrist chancellor, Angela Merkel, who is stepping down after dominating the country's political scene for a decade and a half. With new elections scheduled for September will Germany…
Another Europe is Possible