Opinion

Opinion

Despite being touted by the UK government as a way to fix the current asylum system, the proposed Nationality and Borders Bill will only further

Perspectives
Opinion

President Sisi repeatedly blames the January 25th Revolution - which toppled dictator Hosni Mubarak - for a host of Egypt's problems today, reflecting

Opinion

The US should take heed of local demands for democracy and respect for human rights and cease underwriting local authoritarian governments, writes

Opinion

Toxic tendencies, resembling dogmatic belief rather than a reasoned study of effective activism, has led to fragmentation among Palestine solidarity

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Newcastle United's players are off to Saudi Arabia for a warm-weather winter luxury training as part of the desert kingdom's "sportwashing" efforts

In Brief
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North African online journalists forged courageous new paths for their profession since the Arab uprising began ten years ago, yet today they are

Opinion

Gay Palestinian activist Fahad Ali explains why the Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) in Australia, by showing an Israeli state-funded film

Opinion

Omar El Zohairy's debut feature film 'Feathers' has been a resounding success, winning prizes at both the El Gouna Film Festival and at the world

A Damaged kindergarden seen after war crafts belonging to Syrian army carried out airstrikes over residential areas despite cessation-of-hostilities agreement in Homs, Syria [Getty Images]

Being resigned to a fate of exile can force even the most steadfast to a life of angst and loneliness. Yet, in these new surroundings, this newfound