Written by Basem Al Absi Houthi and Saleh militias are still using Yemen civilians as human shields while they continue to
Tim Snyder and David Weiss, cofounders of Thirteenth Floor Studios and creators of World Knockout, had been working on other
Blogging for a Change: A Blogger's Journey to Advocate for His People and His Culture Through Blogging Activism
Blogging, the now popular form of online journaling, began in the mid-90s and has exploded ever since. In 2013 it was estimated that there are 152 million blogs around the globe.
Self-awareness and the courage to accept your own shortcomings are imperative first steps to any improvement we can hope for in ridding British society, and the world, of the plague that is extremism.
The discrimination, criminalization and oppression of the LGBT community, especially the trans community in Malaysia should be brought to an end.
The executions in question took place in the village of Roushanabad, in southeastern Tehran, with the entire male population
In his cutting 2005 satire How To Write About Africa, Kenyan author and journalist Binyavanga Wainaina derided the Western media's simplification and condescension of the continent. Ten years later, our widened media landscape still barely makes room for Africans to speak for themselves.
Reza (Arash) Hampay Gharamaleki, the founder of Hamyaran-E-Mehrandish Association, was forced to flee Iran this January due to a heightened number of threats and summons by Iranian intelligence forces.
I still believe there is a long way to go before we will have successfully eradicated extremism from Pakistan. How to tackle extremism is a question that dwells on the minds of many Pakistani citizens. I would like to present a few measures necessary to defeat radicalism.
Right after Putin's third term, and especially after the Maidan revolution in Ukraine followed by the Russian annexation of Crimea and the subsequent military conflict in Eastern Ukraine, the Russian authorities dramatically increased the anti-opposition campaign.
A massive crackdown has so far resulted in more than 300 people disappearing and being arrested, detained, beaten up, harassed and put under surveillance.
This past week, Iranian blogger and activist Hossein Ronaghi Maleki was forced to return to Tehran's Evin Prison to resume serving his 13-year sentence. Maleki provides a compelling example of Iran's defiant dissidents who remain forgotten in the discourse surrounding Iran.