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tabsir , August 9th, 2015
by Rachid Ghannouchi © Qantara.de 2015 Translated from the German by Nina Coon A battle for freedom and dignity In the wake of the attacks on Sousse and…
tabsir , August 7th, 2015
For those interested in the issue, the recently published July issue of International Sociology (30:4) is devoted to the Arab uprisings. It includes articles on the relations of…
tabsir , August 3rd, 2015
Politics rules the news cycle on Islam and the Middle East. Given the colonial history of the region, there have been numerous puppet leaders installed or allowed to…
tabsir , June 17th, 2015
Check out the blog post by Eric Davis of Rutgers University on the need to take out Da’ash now.
tabsir , June 12th, 2015
For my post at Mena Tigningen, click here.
tabsir , May 27th, 2015
An Impish Desire for Imperial Déjà Vu Daniel Martin Varisco, MENA Tidningen, May 27, 2015 A recent online commentary by Robert Kaplan for Foreign Policy displays the provocative…
tabsir , May 15th, 2015
There is a nicely done satire by Sean McFate on how to take over a small country. Check it out here. Note: Only the rich may apply.
Focaal Web Editor , April 23rd, 2015
To appreciate the role of aesthetics in politics, we might look to the recent resurgence of popular anti-corruption movements in India. In 2011 and 2012, mass protests by…
John Postill , April 20th, 2015
By Muzammil M. Hussain This is the eighteenth post in the Freedom technologists series. The following are some passages taken (with permission) from chapter 4 of Hussain, M….
John Postill , March 31st, 2015
Update 1 April 2015: See also PDF version. Last week I was in Manila to attend the 4th meeting of the RightsCon series, held on 24-25 March 2015….