Global Satire looks at world events through the lens of political cartoons, comedy, graphic journalism and wit (ha-ha and dark) in all its forms. Our focus is every corner of the globe. The idea is to explore what satirists around the world are poking fun at, or darkly laying bare. Our assumption is that a cartoon, joke, or wry comment can explain a vexing political issue as well (and often better) than any amount of punditry. Created by Carol Hills.
You're kidnapped and put in a room with no windows, no books, no TV, nothing, and you're handcuffed to a radiator. You have no idea if or when you're going to be released. Cartoonist Guy Delisle captures the desperation of this true story.
On April 22, the Trump Administration said it would honor an Obama-era agreement to resettle refugees stuck in Australia's controversial offshore detention camps. This means that after nearly four years, 25-year-old Sudanese refugee Aziz may finally get a new home.