Why aren’t we having a conversation about violence in the West, about masculinity and gun culture?
NBA basketball commentators often note that the player who reacts to an opponent’s provocations on the court usually gets called for the foul. The reason is that the referee’s eyes are on the ball. And he/she only notices the more obvious reaction (say, an elbow or a shove) and misses the initial more subtle irritants […]
To anyone who has continuously and consistently, over the years, denied the existence of an uprising in Syria, this message is for you. If you were one of those pseudo-leftists who refused to apply historical materialism on Syria stating anti-imperialism and petty geopolitics as your base for analysis all the while making sure to render […]
Dr Rima Tarabay tries to shed light on the Lebanese government’s waste management plan.
The ‘Mixed Feelings’ exhibit highlights stories of Lebanese of African and Asian heritage and their daily struggles.
Kidnapped by ISIS in October 2013, American Aid worker Abdul Rahman Kassig is a ‘soul who walked the walk’, writes Erin Cory.
You encage two million people into 140 square miles. You are surprised when the people create tunnels to smuggle goods, to resist. You bomb hospitals, you bomb schools, you bomb water plants, you bomb sewers – and you want us to feel sorry for you. You have politicians who say they want to kill all […]