It is no secret Lebanon is already virulently divided between those who support Bashar al-Assad and those who long for his regime to crumble. What happens if a car bomb attack happens again?
Unlike traditional social protests directed either at politicians or the political system itself, these protests put the blame in a new active participant, Televisa, the media company that, according to protesters, supports the status quo while denying air time to the public discontent.
It was evident that a crisis was underway in Anaheim, and one that had been created by those in power.
You know you’re in trouble when you start to root for the stake.
Like The Wire, The Killing hints at the ways in which privilege and power so often determine who gets punished for any given crime and who goes free.
In a city divided by a language barrier, the symbols of this protest are nonverbal; clanging and banging rather than chants, red squares rather than slogans or names.
At the start of this season, Grimm looked like a cult series in the making. So where did Grimm go wrong?
Girls has some interesting potential. Despite the fact that it’s about the lives of privileged women, the fact that television is airing anything about the lives of women is exciting.
The overarching message is, of course, hooray for surveillance, law enforcement tool of the future. Apparently everyone has forgotten Winston Smith cowering out of view of the telescreen.
After decades of military rule and censorship, the Burmese government is really desperate to show itself in a positive light. They’re so desperate that, ironically, the international community remains very cautious.