Whether one views him as a war criminal, politician, revolutionary leader, or tyrant, there is no dispute that in the past 15 years, the controversial Abdul Malik al-Houthi h…Read More
by Ilan Pappe | Aug 29, 2018
There is a sense right now that the diplomatic efforts to end the Israel/Palestine conflict have been a search for the key where there was light, not where it was lost. These…Read More
by Abdelaziz Elkhalfaoui | Aug 28, 2018
“When I was a child my mother told me I was a Palestinian, but the whole world told me I was a refugee. I used to ask myself: ‘what am I?’”  ~ Naji al-AliRead More
Can Promoting Arab Women as Entrepreneurs Make a Difference? Or will age-old stereotypes relegate them to secondary roles?
by Jean AbiNader | Aug 25, 2018
The economic and business roles of Arab women have been discussed for more than two decades and initiatives have been launched on the consensus that their participation is wor…Read More