Global Comment’s editors are reading about Daesh, hiking while Black, and Margaret Atwood this week. Join us!
The editors of Global Comment share what they’re reading this week, from commentary on the Rio Olympics to an interview with Geert Wilders.
You can almost hear the director: “yes, that’s right people, it’s the Middle East so we need… A CAMEL TRAIN! Right? Am I right?”
The mass-murder of innocents in Paris this weekend could well have been a clear sign of weakness on ISIS’s part.
In the landscape of Homeland, all Arabic speakers are Muslim, all Muslims are terrorists, and the government is here to save us.
As Russia makes its move in the Middle East, battle lines are being drawn.
The dying in Yemen is not likely to stop when the bombs finally cease falling and the blockade is finally lifted.
Navabi’s work addresses the relationship between West and Middle East, Iranian identity and gender issues.
One hopes the Egyptian people are not left in a state of complete destitution, fear and repression in the long-run.
Today in the wake of the deal brokered between Iran and the US, we are seeing hardline elements in both Iran and Israel shore-up their bases.