In Brief

TNA News that centers people
News Editor, Paul McLoughlin, looks back at The New Arab's evolution, and its mission to amplify underrepresented voices, call for human rights, and to expose crimes of repression while maintaining unfiltered coverage of the region.
TNA: Voices of a new generation
Karim Traboulsi is the Managing Editor of The New Arab. Here, he explains, The New Arab confidently pledges to its existing and new readers to continue to be an authentic, unique, and forward-looking source of information.
TNA: Seven Years Audio Journalism
Podcast producer, Gaia Caramazza, takes us behind the scenes of TNA's flagship podcast - The New Arab Voice.
TNA: Seven Years Unfiltered Journalism
CEO of The New Arab, Abdulrahman Elshayyal, recaps the past seven years of TNA, and how the media outlet is continuing to shape discourses and challenge narratives.
Palestinian Liberation Organisation chairman Yasser Arafat meets with Black activists in Beirut
A transnational relationship built on anti-imperialism, anti-racism, and intercommunalism, the Black and Palestinian struggles share an interwoven history. As BLM and Palestinian protests gain momentum, Bashirat Olade elaborates on their alliance.
Police stand guard on a barricaded road outside the Yangon City Hall (R) and Sule Pagoda (C) in Yangon on 16 February, 2021. [Getty]
The Rohingya remain central to the next swing of Myanmar’s political pendulum. But their role in the country's future is anything but clear.
Marcus Rashford
The idea of the "natural" black athlete has a detrimental effect on how we see and value black talent, with very real consequences for black communities in Britain, writes Paul Ian Campbell.
Palestinian solidarity protest LA - AFP
Social media is playing a crucial role in helping to shift the narrative of Israeli apartheid, both on and offline, writes Ragheb Malli.
A man uses his mobile telephone at the Vali Asr square - AFP
Hossein Dabbagh and Julius Rogenhofer explore the ethical case for targeted sanctions.
Tram Taksim Istanbul - Getty
Lawrence Cenk Laws explores how - like Baldwin decades earlier - being in Turkey rested his mind and heart from the divisiveness and corrosiveness of American politics.