Book Club: Former UN representative in Libya Ian Martin's latest book offers an honest assessment of NATO's US-backed intervention in Libya and, as the country continues to struggle for stability, whether things should have been done differently.
Book Club: Moroccan feminist icon Malika Moustadraf was one of the Arab world's preeminent writers on misogyny before her untimely demise at 37. For the first time, we're privy to her complete works in English, reminding us of her crucial legacy.
Book Club: Jonathan Chaplin's latest literary offering takes stock of public religious life in the UK and calls for an approach which maintains the integrity of minority faith groups within a democratic, plural and inclusive environment.
Book Club: Palestinian poet Mosab Abu Toha's 'Things You May Find Hidden In My Ear' takes the reader on a turbulent journey of emotion with a series of gradual realisations where Palestinians come to terms with identity, memory and loss.
Book Club: Few studies have sought to understand the Yazidi people beyond their unfortunate victimhood. Austrian anthropologist Thomas Schmidinger's latest book avoids this simplistic temptation and presents a vivid portrayal of their plight.
Book Club: Through a multi-lingual analysis of Palestinian literature, Maurice Ebileeni's latest book is a compelling account of how enforced displacement has led to a diversification of Palestinian thought, writing, and narration of space.
Book Club: Gilbert Achcar's re-issued book traces the development of the Arab Uprisings, and posits their future prospects. In particular, its multi-faceted analysis and pinpoint precision of social phenomena make the book an important body of work.