Good news! According to a recent theory, all your workplace complaints are now void. In fact, you being happy at work is no longer the concern of your employers.
Museums allow objects to speak, to bear witness to past experiences and future possibilities, writes René Wadlow, which is why they are deserving of greater protection, particularly during times of conflict.
They may have changed the name of the conflict in Yemen, but René Wadlow questions whether the new operation is really “restoring hope” to the troubled region.
In the second part of her Myanmar series, Scarlett Hawkins tells us the tales of the freedom fighters and their ethically dubious struggle for recognition from an equally dubious government.
In the West Bank, the 365 docobites crew meet Moodi, who protests the political situation engulfing the region with a less conventional weapon than most – a spray can.
Beheadings, bombings, the budget emergency and boat people…Michael Burrill brings the news of the world to TBS in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap.