The ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events.
The European Super League debacle
The attempt by 12 of Europe’s biggest football clubs to form a breakaway super league collapsed within 48 hours after a furious reaction from fans and players. So what was it all about?
It's the end of Hong Kong as we've known it
Beijing’s security laws, the expulsion of pro-democracy legislators, and an ongoing police crackdown on opponents has effectively killed off the notion of one country-two systems.
How Taiwan is dealing with disinformation on social media
In Taiwan the government and the biggest social media app have formed a public-private-partnership to tackle disinformation, predominantly from China, through the use of AI and fact checking.
Angela Onwuachi-Willig's 'The fire this time' - balancing personal and professional responses to the murder of George Floyd
Angela Onwuachi-Willig is Dean of the Boston University School of Law. As the first African-American to hold that position she grappled with how to speak to her students about the murder of George Floyd and the broader issue of racial inequality in the US.
A true story of slavery and restitution in America
The story of former slave Henrietta Wood who successfully sued the man who abducted her and sold her into slavery has won the 2020 Pulitzer history prize.
Under fire WHO meets at a critical time in the pandemic
The World Health Organisation is holding its annual assembly at a critical juncture in the COVID 19 pandemic and while facing sustained criticism over its response
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