Articles: Perspectives

A Volunteer Army
/ March 13, 2015

A Volunteer Army

Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan on the governments role in deterring youth from joining

The Apartheid Paradigm
/ June 2, 2014

The Apartheid Paradigm

"Although Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) claims that it uses the term “apartheid” in its strict legal definition, there is clearly a tactical and historical underpinning to the deployment of this term, especially in the context of international solidarity and the methods of resistance such as boycott that IAW promotes."

Drone strikes: Beyond The Figures
/ May 19, 2014

Drone strikes: Beyond The Figures

The psychological impact of drone warfare in Pakistan by Hamza Farrukh

Decrypting the Past
/ June 16, 2013

Decrypting the Past

Martin de Bourmont on the novel as history

A History of Imperial Genocide, From Conrad to Lebensraum
/ May 25, 2013

A History of Imperial Genocide, From Conrad to Lebensraum

Is the True Meaning of Colonial Genocide Too Close to Home

The country that never came in from the cold
/ May 24, 2013

The country that never came in from the cold

Self-styled authoritarian rule is stifling press freedoms and education in Europe’s backyard

Parallel Universes in the “Red City”
/ May 1, 2013

Parallel Universes in the “Red City”

A Chance Meeting with the Children of a (Failed) Revolution

So Near and Yet So FARC
/ April 22, 2013

So Near and Yet So FARC

The longest-running war in the western hemisphere could soon be coming to an end

Land of Distrust
/ April 22, 2013

Land of Distrust

Experiences of Arab-Israeli interaction as a visiting student in Jerusalem

Dignity Quest
/ April 22, 2013

Dignity Quest

Understanding why the EU's democracy aid is least popular among Arab youth