Peacekeeping: When all seemed lost …

Monrovia, Liberia, August 5, 2003: General Cobra sat behind a wooden desk, bare but for an elephant carved from rosewood, a porcelain figurine of...

Afghanistan Today: Is Russia back to old tricks?

The Red Army suffered a humiliating defeat and retreated from Afghanistan in February, 1989. Now the Kremlin is clawing its way into a diplomatic...

Palau: At the Edge of the World

Just beyond the vibrant coral reefs on the eastern rim of Palau’s island archipelago, the clear blue of the Western Pacific suddenly becomes even...

The Hans Hass Fifty Fathoms Award: Communicating the oceans

Tear Drop in the Sea - By Gardner Young (a diver) I tell you mate, we all tempt fate when we dive beneath the sea For a...

Rex Tillerson and the ‘Art’ of the Oil Business

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Is a legal trade the only way to save Africa’s remaining rhinos?

The air buzzed with the sound of an electric saw. Next to me a 2,000kg white rhino slumped on the ground.  When the saw...

Libya’s Worsening Turmoil – Bad for Everyone

Five years ago this February I was among the first foreign journalists to arrive in Benghazi, the city in eastern Libya that had just...

African Leaders Who Abuse Power – A Select List

YOWERI MUSEVENI UGANDA As with so many African leaders, Museveni started off in 1986 with hope for real change. But now, with corruption widespread, he...

Keeping it Family : How Africa’s Corrupt Leaders Stay in Power

Africa over the past months has seen closely-fought elections whose integrity was far from clear - alongside serious outbreaks of protest and violence in...

The Yazidis : Life after Genocide

Hajji Mirza is from Tel Azar. Now he and his family are condemned to live in a tent in Khanke, a refugee camp with...