How does authoritarianism survive in Syria? An interview with Lisa Wedeen
How did the emergence of a civil-war autocracy in Syria change the way the regime reproduces its power?
The moral triangle: Germans, Israelis and Palestinians in Berlin
An Interview with Sa′ed Atshan and Katharina Galor about the difficult, complex relationship of these three communities.
Egypt’s ‘watermelon democracy’: an interview with Joshua Stacher
Why is Egypt in its current state? And what happened to the revolution? An interview with Joshua Stacher about his new book.
Everywhere we looked was burning: an interview with Emel Mathlouthi
Emel Mathlouthi’s new album is the soundtrack of the apocalypse.
Reporting from the ground: an interview with Zahra Hankir
Telling stories of resilience by women journalists in the Middle East.
Hamid Dabashi: Europe’s coloniality persists after the fall of empire
A conversation with Hamid Dabashi about writing, Europe’s past and present, the far right, and revolutions.