• February 17, 2018
    Europe's newest nation-state, Kosovo, celebrates its tenth anniversary of independence today. The tiny, partially recognized country has...
  • January 12, 2018
    A dispatch from a middle class neighbourhood in Tehran In the evenings, children play in Khoshi (Happy), an alleyway in western Tehran...
  • December 21, 2017
    In early December, I was in Morocco’s charming capital city, Rabat, which rests along the shores of the Bouregrer River and the Atlantic...
On the night of March 16, 2017, fifty kilometers off the coast of Hudaydah in Yemen, thirty-two innocent refugees and migrants fleeing for...

Slaughter at Sea: Somali Refugees Gunned Down by The Warscapes Podcast

A few years ago, the city council of Lucca in the Tuscan region of Italy...
The concept of a visa as simple document for entry and exit into countries...
I was a student at Delhi University when Aravind Adiga won the 2008 Man Booker...
Just five days after his death, a memorial for Edward Said was held in the...
An introduction to contemporary literature from Sudan and South Sudan.
The Warscapes Retrospective Uncertain Borders: Gloria Anzaldua in Focus...
This special issue on Indonesia features photography, poetry, fiction,...
One of the younger countries in the world explored through the lens of...
This retrospective on Algeria launches the first ever English translation of...
This retrospective explores the complex space of Zimbabwe through fiction,...

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