Perhaps Franz Fanon rather than Michel Foucault should be the voice we ought to heed for having a better grasp of the human condition.
Prizewinner about a Belgian woman driven to murder her children has original, provocative point of view
This perilous world that so many of us yearn to change is the inevitable consequence of the color line.
An eye opening look at a country blessed with natural beauty and the curse of extreme poverty and the latter's effect on the Guyanese people.
The backdrop of a changing India and the impact of colonial rule are what make Tiger Hills a fascinating read.
Children's book by legendary African writer Chinua Achebe benefits from a prose style reminiscent of fable and the primitive folk tale.
Revelations of British atrocities further compromise conservatives in their denial of the West's colonial past.
Or why we should and must examine the roots of slavery a little more closely.
David Cameron shows wisdom beyond his age. One could only wish America could follow suit, but it's not in the cards.
What if our war dead were more than mere nameless statistics moved about under cover of darkness?