TOPIC Arab revolutions
How do we continue? How do we make an impact?
A conversation between independent Arab media institutions on producing journalistic content
A Mediterranean encounter in the heart of Cairo
Marta Agosti | Throughout years of struggle for regime change and an overall change of political mindset in Egypt, the
Tunisians gear up for first parliamentary elections since revolution
Jano Charbel | Over 5.2 million eligible Tunisian voters are being mobilized for the country’s historic parliamentary
Adaptable autocrats
Dina Hussein | When Tunisia first revolted in early December 2010, columnists and political commentators were quick
Ismail Fayed
On queerness and the jargon of authenticity
a utopia free of any Western influence only exists in the delusions of some postcolonial academics
Bilal Alaa
A republic deferred, forever
This process is essential for the continuation of the regime — a necessary act of political theater.
Shora Esmailian
Iran: We are starved and they are our heroes
Revolution in anti-revolutionary times is all but an impossibility
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Celebrated Tunisian activist Lina Ben Mhenni, who documented revolution and fought for freedoms, dies after long illness
Hundreds of Sudanese security forces rebel against dissolution amid security tension in Khartoum