In the year and a half since the new leadership of Xi Jinping and Le Keqiang came in to power in China, the overriding characteristics are already clear.
The second instalment from our exclusive serialisation of Lara Pawson’s In the Name of the People: Angola’s Forgotten Massacre.
Over the next two days we will be bringing you an exclusive serialisation from Lara Pawson’s In the Name of the People: Angola’s Forgotten Massacre.
The timing of Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s release from prison raised many questions. So what were Putin’s motives, and now a free man what role can we expect Khodorkovsky to play in Russia’s future?
How the futures of the UAE and Oman were determined during the 20th century.
Mohammad Khatami decided not to run for President at this year’s Iranian election. Rather than a crisis of faith in Iranian politics, it merely demonstrates his unyielding allegiance to the Islamic Republic.
In our final instalment from Writing Revolution, Jamal Jubran writes lightly and candidly about growing up an outsider in Yemen, and language’s ability to empower.
In our penultimate Writing Revolution extract, Ali Aldairy tells the story of a nation’s ignored revolution as a result of a near total media blackout from international and Arab news organisations.
Our Writing Revolution extracts continue from Tunisia and its Jasmine revolution, where Malek Sghiri talks of being a student activist, his kidnapping, imprisonment and detention.
In the latest instalment from Writing Revolution, Yasmine El Rashidi talks about her life before Egypt’s revolution and how it paved the way for her involvement in mass rebellion.
In case you missed or weren’t able to attend the launch and accompanying debate of Naomi Sakr’s new book at the Frontline Club, here’s Richard Nield to fill in the blanks.
Channel punching, 50 years on.
Images are now playing a central part in processes of political struggle, and as Lina Khatib argues, changing the way politics are being communicated in the Middle East.