Qatar: the world’s richest country per-capital, one of the fastest growing economies and the third biggest gas reserves in the world. How this tiny Gulf state is buying up Britain and becoming increasingly integral to our future energy security.
How a pioneering village for dementia sufferers is transforming lives and attracting the attention of governments around the world. Dementia has been described as a ticking time bomb for our generation as we witnesses a dramatic rise in the ageing population. It is an issue that affects us all.
The great Indian Brain Gain. It’s more than 60 years since the end of the British Empire in India, yet today thousands of British Indians are now returning to India in the biggest migration since Independence to seek better economic fortunes over there.
British Libyans on the frontline in the war against Gaddafi tell their story.
Riots, political vacuum and mass migration — these are just some of the problems now gripping Tunisia, birthplace of the so-called Jasmine Revolution, as it struggles to move towards democracy. As other countries in the region emulate Tunisia in the Arab Spring revolt, what happens here could be indicative of the future of others. Read
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"Fernandes movingly captures the sombre, embattled mood of this population in 'countdown mode'," Read Review of The Last Jews of Kerala at The Times
"Sharp witted and straight talking. Fernandes offers a valuable reminder of the dark side of the economic miracle that is modern India," Read the review at the Guardian
"A dazzling history, well recounted by Edna Fernandes in this pacy, fascinating account of a Jewish settlement little known in the West," Literary Review on The Last Jews of Kerala
"Witty and incisive, Holy Warriors offers a compelling insight into the imperiled state of India's secular ideal,' ( Read review at the Telegraph)
"Fascinating. The story is compelling, the author's reporting of it assiduous. Indeed, she has unearthed gems," Read review of The Last Jews of Kerala at The Economist