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Foreign Policy Under the Assads Coolie Woman
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People, Protests and Movements in the Egyptian Revolution
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Ziauddin Sardar – Introduction: The Shadows of Muslims Men; Merryl Wyn Davies – The Problem With Men; Abdennur Prado – Muslim Masculinities; Ziba Mir-Hosseini – Out of this Dead End; Kecia Ali – The Omnipresent Male Scholar; Asma Afsaruddin – Other than Men; Saleck Mohamed Val – Beyond the Crooked Rib; Shamim Miah – The Groomers; Tanjil Rashid – Qutb: Poet and Islamist; Stefano Bigliardi – Haroon Yahya’s Fast Food; Leyla Jagiella – The Forgotten GenderCritical Muslim →
Matt Carr visited the island in 2011, while researching his book Fortress Europe: Dispatches from a Gated Continent. In the following extract he describes the impact of Europe’s migrant tragedy on the island that Italians once called l’isola bella – the beautiful island.
As India’s election season gets into full swing, the idea of creating new states has once again appeared front and centre. The announcement by the Congress-led central government in July that it would push ahead with the creation of Telanganaaaa
An interview with David Kilcullen on the future of guerrilla warfare.