To what extent does Libya’s former dictator continue to extend the tentacles of power eight years after his death?
Playwright David Greig describes how he grappled with turning one of the most famous survival stories of all time into a gripping psychological drama.
Under the Soviet Union a disastrous irrigation programme turned the Aral Sea into a toxic desert. Photographer Laurent Weyl visited the fishermen of Tastubek to document their story.
The gaucho has been an iconic figure for centuries, emblematic of South America’s untamed landscapes. Yet a shift in farming culture combined with new economic demands means that now extinction threatens.
The master of alternative perspectives talks about bloodsucking, Brexit and the prophetic power of storytelling.
Once again the fate of the Kurds hangs in the balance after the crucial role they played in the US-backed onslaught against ISIS in Syria. This little-known story of a formidable Kurdish female tribal-leader from more than a century ago is a reminder of their long and fraught relationship with the West.
A shift in the balance of world power means that China and Russia are currently more aligned than at any point since the 1950s. Ed Pulford takes a journey along the border between two superpowers.
Chichu means “under the earth” in Japanese; a particularly apt name for this unusual gallery which sits almost entirely underground.