There are some long, languid and even dangerous summers that Beirutis can never forget, and this is one of them.
A young woman in Gaza who has already lost so much wants to live another day, in this short story by Joumana Haddad.
Nada Ghosn on censored and cancelled voices, many of whom have called for an end to the assault on Gaza.
UC Irvine scholar and author on the Middle East Mark LeVine warns the Gaza war is biting off more than anyone is bargaining for.
Novelist Mai Al-Nakib opines that despite the bombs and the bullets, Arab voices and cultural narratives are on the rise and gaining momentum.
The latest breach of a cease fire agreement in Azerbaijan left Armenians in Artsakh with nothing to rely on, writes Seta Kabranian-Melkonian.
Pantea Amin Tofangchi grew up in poetry, war, death, conflict, beauty, hatred, love, and censorship all at the same time. She was eight when the Iran‑Iraq War started and in… Continue reading Three Poems from Pantea Amin Tofangchi’s Glazed With War
Matthew Broomfield reviews a book on the Kurdish women's movement, which challenges hierarchical, patriarchal society.