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Saturday - 1st July, 2017
The kernel at the heart of progress
It’s mid-morning and the sun shines high on the stone houses of this small rural town, just 25 kil...
Saturday - 24th June, 2017
It’s now been six years since country’s first lady Miranda Lambert released what, at the time, s...
Saturday - 17th June, 2017
the next great debate
he auspicious conclusion of the Paris Agreement on climate change last year – signed by 195 countr...
Saturday - 10th June, 2017
Why War Machine gets bogged down in the trenches
Late last month, Barack Obama stood in front of an adoring audience in Berlin to defend the drone st...
Saturday - 3rd June, 2017
The road from
For the two million Palestinians living under siege in Gaza, every week presents new challenges. Ele...
Saturday - 27th May, 2017
what it takes to direct a Ramadan soap
In the summer of 2014, Egyptian director Mohamed Shaker Khodeir, then 31, received a call from Syria...
Saturday - 20th May, 2017
Morocco’s stars of the desert
It’s mid-morning when Osama bin Laden leaves his barren, dark, one-room house. Dressed in his usua...
Saturday - 13th May, 2017
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Saturday - 6th May, 2017
The future digs the past
As an early orange sun rises over Al Ain, mist hangs in the grey palms of the Hili Oasis where a gro...
Saturday - 29th April, 2017
How young Omanis are embracing their mussar crowns
Every Omani has that friend. He’s the guy you can call before a wedding, a graduation or when you ...
Saturday - 22nd April, 2017
Across the bridge, at a military checkpoint, Tayra gets out of the ambulance. She walks between conc...
Saturday - 15th April, 2017
The long road home
Eight years have passed since the end of Sri Lanka’s long war, which forced hundreds of thousands ...
Saturday - 8th April, 2017
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Saturday - 1st April, 2017
Remembering his longest siege
‘Aquarter of a century after [the siege of Sarajevo] there is still a very strong undertone of civ...
Saturday - 25th March, 2017
CRUCIAL PIECES OF THE PAST
The Russian Revolution began 100 years ago last month on the cold streets of St Petersburg with hous...
Saturday - 18th March, 2017
The hunt for modern art
The Turkish artist Fahrelnissa Zeid made a number of enormous canvases depicting explosive cosmogoni...
Saturday - 11th March, 2017
Fawzi al-Qawuqji and the fight for Arab liberation
British and French colonialists drew the borders of the modern Middle East. It is this dispensation ...
Saturday - 4th March, 2017
When it comes to establishing defining episodes in history, moments of synchronicity come as manna t...
Saturday - 25th February, 2017
The betrayal of hope in Myanmar
When Aung San Suu Kyi read the UN flash report on northern Rakhine, the Nobel peace laureate and de ...
Saturday - 18th February, 2017
Dinner in front of a mirror and strangers on the other side
Icouldn’t stop wishing I’d spent more time on my hair and touched up my make-up. Those were the ...
Saturday - 11th February, 2017
The four lives of Xiaolu Guo
Xiaolu Guo is not an easy person to pin down. This, I suspect, is just how she likes it. “I am an ...
Saturday - 4th February, 2017
In memory of Maidan, Ukraine’s mufti remains defiant
Mufti Said Ismagilov calmly recalls the freezing night in Kiev’s Maidan square three years ago tha...
Saturday - 28th January, 2017
State of play
As the football transfer window prepares to close next Tuesday, the newfound riches of Chinese clubs...
Saturday - 21st January, 2017
A swing in the sands
The world’s top golfers are in town this weekend for the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship. Rickie Fowle...
Saturday - 14th January, 2017
The art of identity
At the beginning of December, the French-Tunisian artist eL Seed added a form of postscript to his m...
Saturday - 7th January, 2017
The Reina nightclub attack and a city under siege
Across Istanbul in the early hours of 2017, a freezing, sleety rain pummelled anyone brave enough to...
Saturday - 31st December, 2016
No end in sight
The past year has brought significant developments in the wars in Syria and Iraq, with Syrian rebels...
Saturday - 24th December, 2016
It’s a hot July day in Bethlehem, and whiterobed pilgrims from Nigeria stand in the courtyard entr...
Saturday - 17th December, 2016
Capitalist dreams turn to revenge
his time next year, the United States and probably France, two of the world’s great democracies, m...
Saturday - 10th December, 2016
Death’s waiting room
On the far east of the Jordan-Syria border, thousands of children are starting to starve. On Sunday,...
Saturday - 3rd December, 2016
Arab Voices in the theatre
‘Everyone talks about the Middle East in generalities,” says Catherine Coray, curator of the Ara...
Saturday - 26th November, 2016
How a cat whisperer also left me feline fine
Iam prepared to raise an eyebrow at Zoe Henderson. An intuitive animal healer? Really? The concept r...
Saturday - 19th November, 2016
The cast of artists, curators, architects and academics who assembled to speak at this year’s Abu ...
Saturday - 12th November, 2016
The struggle for France’s soul
Ayear ago tomorrow terrorists inflicted massive bloodshed in the heart of Paris with a series of bar...
Saturday - 5th November, 2016
Lives in ruins
During the 2014 conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Yosrah Kafarnah feared for her ...
Saturday - 29th October, 2016
Life in the shadows
On a late September morning, the grounds of Softex refugee camp – at an abandoned toilet-paper pla...
Saturday - 22nd October, 2016
Cinema screenings move to Manarat Al Saadiyat
Along with the launch of the European Film Screenings event in the capital this week, cinema fans ha...
Saturday - 15th October, 2016
How the ultimate rock festival bloomed in the desert
The dream rock festival line-up has always been the perennial source of good-natured debate. The ban...
Saturday - 8th October, 2016
Way back home
‘I come from an Indian family. There are certain expectations. You are supposed to be talking to a...
Saturday - 1st October, 2016
The secret life of the E11
Two years ago, Meitha Al Mazrooei and Rand Abdul Jabbar, two young architects, decided to form a par...
Saturday - 24th September, 2016
Playing soldiers for real
The sun has already risen. Slowly, instructor Gold – with his close-cropped red spiky hair and tau...
Saturday - 17th September, 2016
On October 4, 1957, a converted ballistic missile was launched from a secret test range 200 kilometr...
Saturday - 10th September, 2016
Truths in the tales
Seven years ago, the Arabist and translator Bruce Fudge set off in hope rather than expectation when...
Saturday - 3rd September, 2016
Forward march – lit fest stays on top of Bhutan’s identity
How do you preserve your identity when sandwiched between the two largest, most populous countries o...
Saturday - 27th August, 2016
The human trauma amid an insurgency on the Punjab plain
When you’re dealing with a subject as divisive and devastating as an insurgency, the usual tendenc...
Saturday - 20th August, 2016
f all the things one expects moments before making a debut submersible dive to 300 metres in the Sar...
Saturday - 13th August, 2016
At mid-morning, as the sun shines high on the whitewashed stone houses of the Old City, a tall, lean...
Saturday - 6th August, 2016
Shop ‘til you drop
Walking into a darkened gallery at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, visitors to Sophi...
Saturday - 30th July, 2016
It’s close to midnight and this MJ is a thriller to watch
Midway through a hushed evening of acoustic troubadours and sensitive singer-songwriters, the stage ...
Saturday - 23rd July, 2016
Libyan women hit back at ISIL with home cooking
A smell of frying onions fills the air as women in colourful dresses and headscarves bustle through ...
Saturday - 16th July, 2016
Why it’s time to fix America’s political system
n January 20, 2009, I sat alone in the staffroom of the secondary school where I worked in the UK. I...
Saturday - 9th July, 2016
Divided by opinion
The political, economic and social fallout from Britain’s shock decision to leave the European Uni...
Saturday - 2nd July, 2016
‘It happened last November. It was an early, cloudy morning and I was sweeping the reserve togethe...
Saturday - 25th June, 2016
No man’s land
n the desolate eastern edge of the Syria-Jordan border, where six Jordanian soldiers were killed in ...
Saturday - 18th June, 2016
the adventures of Tweety
As soon as I heard the squawk on my balcony I knew something unusual was happening. A very small par...
Saturday - 11th June, 2016
Wafaa Shabbat flicks through the television channels in search for Bab Al-Hara, the popular Syrian d...
Saturday - 4th June, 2016
‘Idon’t believe you can ever go home. I don’t believe you can make [global] movements and rema...
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