Egypt’s President Sisi is an autocrat who appears to perceive himself as a forward-thinking revolutionary leader of the Egyptian nation.
While Selma is profoundly moving, it points to the need to continuously reevaluate the lens we understand women with.
If France manages to fight Muslim extremists without antagonizing its Muslim population, it wins.
Jolie offers nothing new or interesting to the genre of WW2 movie making, and that’s profoundly disappointing.
Like it or not, the so-called Islamic State matters.
When none other than urban legend Patti Smith pronounces, “New York has closed itself off to the young and struggling,” I take it as a sign to move on
Here’s a list of ways to salvage your holiday without having to duct tape anyone’s mouth shut.
Why are we so certain that the complex behaviour of other people is somehow completely controllable?
If anything, the Sony scandal has temporarily leveled the playing field.
What’s the difference between Christianity and Judaism? It may not be as obvious as you might think.
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