War on Terror
US government withholds art made by detainees at Guantánamo Bay
Five years ago, a landmark exhibition of art created by detainees began touring the US. But a government U-turn has blocked works from leaving the prison, raising the question: whose art is it?
‘I felt a responsibility to look’: As Guantanamo Bay turns 20, photographers reflect on the US prison’s legacy
Three photographers who have made projects about the notorious US detention facility consider its legacy and symbolism
Afghanistan: the threat of the Taliban to artists and heritage
Plus, artist Bill Fontana records Notre Dame's bells
Hosted by Ben Luke and Helen Stoilas. Produced by Julia Michalska, David Clack, Aimee Dawson and Henrietta Bentall
The Iraq war in watercolour: Interview with Steve Mumford
The artist has visited Iraq five times, and has no qualms about placing himself in the line of fire to document the conflict
The US rejoins Unesco, analysis suggests the organisation being used as an extension of US foreign policy, as part of the ongoing 'war on terror'
Congress is expected to approve a $71.4 million payment to Unesco, the first US contribution in 18 years