The Syrian Civil War makes up a fraction of the nation’s long, rich history.
The censorship laws of the UAE have stifled the voices of many; yet, Shakespeare performances within the country are providing an outlet to discuss the taboo.
Three Women You Didn’t Know Paved the Way: Gender Equality Through Sports in Ultraconservative Countries
Afghanistan and Pakistan are among the worst countries to live in as a woman. But there are brave women fighting to change the paradigm through an unorthodox medium — sports.
From the mythic princes of Persia to the rogue, anti-American gesturing of the Islamist regime, Iran has long been distant, mysterious, and inaccessible to Americans. Benjamin Brown contextualizes the Islamist Revolution and constructs a portrait of Iran that differs from its belligerent presentation in Western media.
Foreign Affairs editor Nick Romanow sat down with President of the ZOA Morton Klein ahead of Klein’s recent address at a Texas YCT event last month.