October 11, 2016
Upon being met by a group of armed men in his own office on October 15, 1987, Thomas Sankara raised his arms in surrender. He died that...
Literature
June 28, 2016
It was a winter night when I sat in a café with four friends and heard on the news that Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, president of Tunisia, had...
Reviews
April 11, 2016
The apparent thaw in US-Cuba relations is welcome and has been demanded by Cubans since the start of US aggression against the island...
Opinion
March 14, 2016
In the five years since the Syrian Revolution began, the country has endured a multi-faceted conflict and a massive humanitarian crisis...
Art
January 25, 2016
Today marks five years since the Egyptian people launched the mass movement, galvanized around the occupation of Cairo’s Tahrir Square,...
Opinion
December 10, 2015
Something terrible happened on Thursday April 16, 2015 in the foothills of Mount Sumi in central Angola. Exactly what transpired and how...
Reviews
December 9, 2015
The sixth volume of the Sternberg Critical Spatial Practice series, Eyal Weizman’s The Roundabout Revolutions examines the recent trend of...
Opinion
August 25, 2015
This past week, Al Jazeera Plus uploaded a video on Facebook featuring producers Sana Saeed and Tarek Abu-Esber entitled “Is the US at war...
blog
July 6, 2015
On July 1st, the exhibition “Maydan-Hundred Portraits” opened at Duplex 100m2 gallery as a part of the 2015 WARM Festival in Sarajevo. Two...