Claudia Paz y Paz has brought high-ranking military officers in Guatemala to justice for human rights violations. How does she see the future of democracy in the region?
A conversation with Nandiuasora Mazeingo of the "Ovaherero Genocide Foundation" on the survival of colonial conditions in Namibia, necessary reparations and a common future.
A Turkish drone attack kills Zeyneb Sarokhan and Yilmaz Şero, both responsible for medico projects in northeastern Syria.
A conversation with medico's new Managing Director Tsafrir Cohen about erroneous East-West dichotomies, lack of historical justice and professional optimism in hard times.
Human rights violations in Syria have still not been dealt with legally, as access to judicial mechanisms at the international level is complicated.
For ten years now, the Rojava project has been under attack, defended and further developed. A travelogue.
A world in disarray remains unpredictable. How should we live in this paradox? Here is one approach.
Nicaragua has become a dictatorship. What remains of yesteryear’s revolution? A conversation with outgoing medico colleague Dieter Müller.
The head of a Syrian torture prison is convicted by a Koblenz court. An interview with the lawyer Anwar al Bunni about this success on the part of the diaspora.
The outrage over the attack on Ukraine is preceded by a long silence about Russia's role in Syria.