Although our cartoonists draw about a wide range of issues, some subjects get a lot of ink. On this page, you can find the collections we have created about these subjects, grouping together some of our favorite cartoons that provide different perspectives and global coverage.
Extremism opposes reason, and often chooses violence over debate. It is opposed to democracy, freedom of speech and public debate. It feeds on hate, prejudice and misunderstanding. In this collection, our cartoonists reflect on extremism, terrorism and senseless violence.
Elections in Turkey
Elections for parliament and the presidency will be held in Turkey on 14 May. Could it mean the end of the authoritarian Erdogan era?
King Charles III
The reign of King Charles III begins.
The political cartoon is one of the best ways by which one can measure the level of press freedom in a country. A cartoonist cannot work when there is no freedom of speech and opinion.
May 1st - Labor Day
Cartoonists reflect on the past, present and future of labor.
Violence in Sudan
Fighting has erupted in Sudan, the result of a vicious power struggle within the country's military leadership.
A cartoon collection about the increasing tensions between China and Taiwan.
The education we offer our children not only determines their future, it determines the future of our planet.
Protests in France
France is gripped by (sometimes violent) protests against Emmanuel Macron’s contested pensions reform.
Without water, there is no life.
Another financial crisis?
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the troubles facing Credit Suisse could endanger the entire financial system.
Xi Jinping forever
China's Xi Jinpingstarts a historic third term in power.
8 March is International Women's Day.