June 13, 2016
How the Gezi uprising transformed citizenship in the contemporary neoliberal city This month marks three years since the initial surge of...
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...
blog
October 30, 2015
“You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist”—Indira Gandhi Two of her own bodyguards assassinated the first female Prime Minister of India...
Opinion
July 15, 2014
On its Twitter feed, the Donetsk People’s Republic recently announced that it’s forming a voluntary division of coal miners tasked with...
retrospectives
February 5, 2014
The Kashmir valley experienced a painful, ultimately unsuccessful armed movement for self-determination against Indian rule from 1988-2002...
Reportage
August 20, 2013
“Gasi haitoki! Gasi haitoki!” (Gas should not come!) Ten adolescent girls dressed in navy blue school uniforms chant in excitable tones as...
Art
January 31, 2013
Cairo's Tahrir Square, epicenter of the 2011 uprising that toppled former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, erupted in demonstrations again...
Opinion
January 28, 2013
Rape is not exceptional but routine in most parts of the world. The fact that a twenty-three-year-old student, Jyoti, was brutally gang...