Edoardo Lanfranchi gives his analysis of five things you need to know about Italy's new government
"Take note Mr Netanyahu" - Dan Egglestone explores the most recent confrontation between Israel and Palestine.
"If students on strike talked about the new system first, we could be in a very different situation." Anna Tatham breaks down French university strikes from the perspective of an Erasmus student.
"Blind assumptions could lead to disaster" – Henry Warner argues that airstrikes against the Syrian regime may be ill-considered.
Matthew Spivey makes the case for UK intervention in Syria on a humanitarian basis.
Becky Mingard reports on the work of the UN's commision on the status of women and its vital role in examining and developing progress towards gender equality around the world.
"It is unlikely that the downfall of his thieving empire of organized crime is imminent." Ábel Bede gives a unique insight into Hungary's upcoming elections and what they will mean for the country in its fight against corruption and populism.