In Southeast Asia, women are taking their power back. Staff Writer Tanyalak Thongyoojaroen describes recent protest movements against old taboos.
How did South Korea become such a giant in the movie industry? Utblick writer Laura Sakhong interviews Erik Mobrand, associate professor in Korean Studies at Seoul National University to find out.
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.
In this poignant analysis, Johannes Malmgren illustrates the discourses created by modern war journalism, as illustrated by the recent coverage of the conflict in Eastern Jerusalem.
Read Magdalena Kamont’s take on the conflicts in Ukraine, the logics that underpinned Russia’s annexation 2014, and what may lie in the future for the region.
On February 1, the Myanmar military declared a year-long state of emergency after a coup d’état. NLD party leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is currently held, along with other top MPs, at an unknown location by the military junta. Read Isabel Wilson’s take on what’s next in store for Myanmar.
Turkan Omari brings you an analysis of the recent equality reforms in Saudi Arabia. Was extending women the right to drive a genuine move towards gender equality, or a reform brought on by other reasons?
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority announced in October that …