For International Students Day, Louise Nilsson writes about the current situation for Belarusian students who have peacefully protested the government.
Five years ago a historic peace deal was signed between the Colombian government and the prolific guerilla group FARC. But what promises in the peace deal has been implemented, and has the deal’s historic equality clauses had any effect?
What is propaganda and how can it be understood? In this longer read, Enlight analyst Heghine Aleksanyan disseminates the term and the literature about it.
With Angela Merkel stepping down, the German election became a question of who could take her place. Laurin Zils explains the players in the recent election and what the future may hold for the most populous country in the EU.
In this piece, Enlight writer Gevorg Gasparian analyzes how technical solutions for e-government was used during the pandemic, both as a tool for minimizing contact and as vessel for communication.
When the Taliban took over Afghanistan in late summer 2021, the situation for women within the country changed drastically. Here, four women tell their stories.
Magdalena Kamont explores the tangled web of migration on a less written about border- the Belarusian one, and how the migrants there are caught in a bigger political scheme.
Guest writer Robin Moraes Holst brings a thought provoking analysis of the WHO global strategy for reducing the harmful use of alcohol.
New political forces, rooted in evangelical Christianity, are gaining more and more influence in Latin American politics. Read more on how this shapes the political landscape in the latest piece from Utblick.