TMR's editor reflects on the experience of seeking home and refuge.
Photographer, documentarian and journalist Iason Athanasiadis shares images from more than 10 years of reporting from Afghanistan to Greece and back.
Iason Athanasiadis paints the portrait of Bahoz, a stateless Kurd who will keep fighting to become accepted for asylum in Europe.
Thomas Dallal reviews Haider Rashid's new feature film, "Europa," Iraq’s foreign feature film entry to the upcoming 94th Academy Awards.
On the occasion of the paperback publication of Layla AlAmmar's novel Silence is a Sense, TMR presents this excerpt selected by the author.
Rana Asfour provides an intimate look at two new Arab novels in translation, from Lebanese and Syrian authors.
Hadani Ditmars reviews Janine di Giovanni's ambitious new travelogue on beleaguered Christian communities in Iraq, Gaza, Syria, and Egypt.
In which our columnist flies up to Thessaloniki and visits the Diavata camp for refugees seeking European asylum — no one is illegal, everyone merits a better life.
Accused of terrorism against the state for aiding and abetting fellow Syrians fleeing Homs for Damascus, former prisoner X talked to TMR about his long journey to asylum in Belgium. TMR: You say that even though you’ve found yourself in a good situation and while other Syrians are often…
Ava Homa how statelessness, trauma and political exile shaped her novel Daughters of Smoke and Fire Coming of age as a Kurdish girl in Iran, I learned early on that my being alive was an act of subversion. I belong to a people who have been subject to repeated genocides.…