John Lubbock is a journalist and Research and Advocacy Officer for the Bahrain Center for Human Rights.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaTurkey’s Mount Ida: who thought this would be a good idea?
Erdogan's quest for development, with its numerous high profile projects aiming for completion by the centenary of...
Published in: digitaLibertiesAuthoritarian governments hate Wikipedia, which is why you should get involved
Closed governments hate open systems. They're afraid of a fast, unmonitored internet infrastructure which offers...
Published in: openDemocracyUKJeremy Corbyn can't afford to be naive about his foreign policy
Here's what he should do.
Turkey and the Armenian genocide: the next century
For the Armenian diaspora, today is Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day—but not in Turkey. Perhaps members of the...
Freedom or dignity: media censorship in the new Turkey
Banning one photo from the internet might seem to reflect the paranoia of an increasingly authoritarian AKP regime...
Turkey and Armenia: genocide? what genocide?
April 1915 saw the start of the genocide against Armenians and other minorities in the former Ottoman Empire....