The Uighur Question: Halfway between Domestic Sinicization and Diplomatic Cynicism

Over the past few months, the world has been waking up to horrifying news about China, alleging crimes, and human rights abuses against Muslim...
Polemics

Phantom Victims: A Migrant Woman’s Route to Neglect

Teresa’s relatives warned her not to take the train to Mexico. It was too dangerous, not worth the risk to mount that violent mammoth...

YPJ: Female Freedom Fighters on the Front Lines

By: Sebastian Egger (Guest Writer) At the end of a long and brutal war, there is now a degree of stability in the region. Moreover,...

Is Strategic Autonomy Just a Magical Buzzword or a Guiding Concept in the New...

No concept is free from any misunderstanding. The term "strategic autonomy" is not an exception. Placed at the core of the European Union’s foreign...

Syria: Has the war permanently damaged coexistence?

Age-old sectarian clashes, especially between Sunni and Shiaa Muslims, are often thrust into the forefront of narratives discussing the causes of the war in...

Springtime in the Mashriq

The self-immolation of a street vendor in Tunisia on December 17, 2010 sparked one of the most monumental and promising democracy movements in the...

The end of the European holiday from history: Katarzyna Pisarska on the revival of...

24th February 2022. “Hello, I’m sorry, but we have to reschedule this meeting.” The timing of our first interview turned out to be more...

Other articles