Zimbabwe

Kavitha Rajagopalan

What's the bigger crime: being an illegal immigrant or marginalizing those in search of a better life? In this sketch of the global im/migration scene, Kavitha Rajagopalan introduces many provocative questions. How societies view and use today’s immigrants, she argues, is a moral concern that cannot be ignored.

Ed Hancox

It was the diplomatic equivalent of the age-old admonishment “I’m glad your father didn’t live to see this…”  Last month Archbishop Desmond Tutu told The Guardian he was glad that at age 91, modern South Africa’s Founding Father Nelson Mandela was retire

Marianna Gurtovnik

"We resolved that these issues [of restoring the MDC Party's powers within Zimbabwe's unity government] must be dealt with now, in their totality before this Government becomes completely discredited in the eyes of the people and the continent" (Zimbabwe's prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai of

Marianna Gurtovnik

"[I]t is now time for us to assert and take our position as the dominant party in Zimbabwe.  In taking this path, we are guided by the fact that we are the trustees of the people's mandate and therefore the only one with the mandate to remain in government.<...> However, it is our right