January 10, 2019

“One death is a tragedy; a million is a statistic.” (Joseph Stalin)

In spite of Stalin's controversial nature, there is an irrefutable relevance in his words, relevance that manifests in the desensitization that many of us have increasingly experienced in regards to how...

November 5, 2018

In a few months, the American University in Cairo, otherwise known as AUC, will celebrate its 100th birthday, a momentous occasion for any university, but one especially important to those located in the Middle East. Started by a few American missionaries in 1919, the...

March 31, 2018

Three years ago, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked why he supported gender parity in his cabinet. His response? Because it’s 2015.

Most would not expect that in 2018, the United Arab Emirates would have more women in their cabinet than the White House, wh...

January 10, 2018

The kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the second largest of the Arab countries and the world's largest producer and exporter of oil, is often called “backward thinking” due to its anti-women’s rights laws, enforcement of Islamic fundamentalism, and overwhelming economic depende...

December 1, 2017

America’s struggle with white nationalists and the rising wave of neo-nazis is often relayed and discussed in the news today. And, while it is true that the ideas spread by those who identify with these nationalist groups should be challenged, the reality is that only...

November 15, 2017

As the Caliphate crumbles, its notion lives on. 

On October 17th, US-backed forces took back the city of Raqqa, Syria, the de facto capital of the Islamic State. On one hand, this is an amazing victory: much of the leadership is dead, their logistical capabilities are e...

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