Afghanistan Shows White Privilege in Action on the Geopolitical Stage
By Chandran Nair
Western exceptionalism and privilege have long been entrenched in geopolitics – and war.
New Zealand’s Ardern Apologizes for Racist Dawn Raids
By Joshua Mcdonald
Ardern said it was clear that the immigration laws of the 1970s were designed to specifically target Pasifika people, indigenous peoples of the Pacific Islands.
Trump Adds to Asian-Americans’ Fears
By Seashia Vang
We already have an epic health crisis; we don’t need a racialized social crisis as well.
The Islamophobia Epidemic in Australia
By Conor McLaughlin
Racism has no place in society and Australian politicians from all sides of politics are making full awareness of this fact.
White Nationalist Terrorism in the Indo-Pacific: The Threat After Christchurch
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The attack in Christchurch is a wake-up call on the threat posed by white nationalist extremism in the region.
Why Was Jack Johnson a Hero to Australian Chinese in the Early 20th Century?
By Renzhe Zhang
Jack Johnson's 1908 victory -- taking the heavyweight championship in a Sydney bout -- excited Australian Chinese.
O'Reilly Factor Goes to Chinatown, Stereotypes and Racist Remarks Ensue
By Catherine Putz
A segment ostensibly on what Chinese-Americans think of the election quickly turns into a racist caricature.
Attacks Against Africans in India: All About Racism?
By Padmapriya Govindarajan
Why the race argument cannot be ignored when addressing the attacks against African nationals in India.
Nature or Nurture: What Makes A Person 'Korean'?
By Steven Denney
In South Korea, there is a lot of talk about embracing multiculturalism, but few indications of actually doing so.
Colbert Under Fire for Anti-Asian Joke
By Zachary Keck
Using the hashtag #CancelColbert, social media users are calling for The Colbert Report to be cancelled.
Singapore’s Foreigner Problem
By Mark Fenn
A sharp rise in the foreign population has ratcheted up racial tensions.
Medievalism in Modern India
By Sanjay Kumar
India's economy might be growing, but its society has major problems.