25 May 2022 | 23 min read
From Plato to Immanuel Kant to Gilles Deleuze, thinkers have asked: what can we prove to be the truth?
We examine this question in the context of United States today. Is it possible, in such a deeply divided society, for people to view different "realities"?
2 Nov 2021 | 26 min read
Women working or studying at UK universities share how their complaints about sexual misconduct were mishandled.
10 Aug 2021 | 37 min read
The I-Unit goes undercover to show how English football clubs can become vehicles to launder the proceeds of crime.
4 Aug 2021 | 36 min read
How the construction of an airstrip and jetty on a remote Mauritian island reveals a rising India that plans to flex its muscles as a regional superpower
2 Feb 2021 | 28 min read
The story of how Haris Ahmed, one of the Bangladesh's most notorious gangsters, came to have the protection of the army of his country and the loyalty of a leader.
1 Dec 2019 | 26 min read
An Al Jazeera investigation into the corrupt power brokers and global business elites defrauding the Namibian people.
26 Nov 2019 | 29 min read
The story of Ali Reza Monfared, the Iranian who tried to buy diplomatic immunity after embezzling millions of dollars.