How will Donald Trump affect the delicate that of U.S.-Israel relations, and the complicated debate over Israel and Palestine?
In the first episode of the Global Comment podcast, Omar Saif Ghobash discusses Islamic identity and culture with Nasser Ali Khasawneh.
War between Christianity and Islam is precisely what the US far right and ISIS want. The people have the option of refusing to give it to them.
The Arab world is distrustful of Secretary Clinton, but G.N. Omar articulates why many of the lies swirling around her do an injustice to her record and potential.
What does the future look like for Arab youth? A comprehensive examination of Arab millennials, their potential, and their flaws.
The so-called honour killing of feminist activist Qandeel Baloch was anything but, and it increases pressure on Pakistan to do something about the epidemic of violence against women.
Is Turkey’s coup just paving the way to a dictatorship?
Greece is the chokepoint for Syrian refugees and others flooding Europe from the Middle East. As the situation grows more and more untenable, will the nation snap under the pressure?
Ankara’s horrific bombing, killing 34 and wounding 125, should be devastating front page news in the West. How come it’s not?
Former Marine Elliot Ackerman raises complicated questions about intellectualism in a time of war in a new novel about the Afghan War, GREEN ON BLUE.