Contributing writer Jamie Anderson traces the stumbling development of Egypt’s democracy since the Arab Spring
By Marvin Andrade Staff Writer It is well-known that conflicts have a tendency to cluster in the same geographic regions around the same period of time; it is difficult to assess, […]
By Elsa Felgar Staff Writer On the Island of Saadiyat rests a cultural hub where the East meets the West. The construction of the Guggenheim Museum, a New York University campus, […]
Staff Writer Carla Diot talks about the ongoing conflict on the Gaza Strip, and the importance of long-term initiatives to achieve peace in the region.
After centuries of being overlooked, the Kurdish people continue to face an uphill battle to achieve nationhood, yet progress is being made. By Staff Writer James Kim
The tragedy of honor killings in the Middle East and South Asia and possible ways the issue can be addressed. By Contributing Writer Diana Rabbani