"It only takes one person or a small group to daub slogans on a wall" - Dr Charles Turner comments on anti-Polish vandalism in Israel.
Over the weekend the Polish embassy in Tel Aviv was vandalised with swastikas. Dr Charles Turner comments on how this may affect relations between the two countries, especially in the wake of Poland's controversial Holocaust law.
Indoctrination "can happen in any school where pupils are compelled to adopt a particular religious world-view" says Dr Ruth Wareham, commenting on today's warning from Amanda Spielman, Chief Schools Inspector, that some UK schools are narrowing children's horizons in the name of religion.
Dr Abdullah Sahin, Reader in Islamic Education in the Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit, comments on President Trump's "reckless behaviour" in retweeting discredited far-Right material.
Dr. Charlotte Heath-Kelly, Leverhulme Trust Fellow, Political and International Studies, University of Warwick discusses the attack on tourists in Tunisia.
Dr Steven Kettell, Associate Professor in the University of Warwick's Politics and International Studies department, has said the consecration of the the Church of England's first female bishop "looks destined to be little more than a footnote in a long-running tale of inexorably terminal decline".