Articles: Perspectives

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."

Capitalism and “Islamism”: a revisionist account of the resurrection of the European far-right
/ May 19, 2014

Capitalism and “Islamism”: a revisionist account of the resurrection of the European far-right

A revisionist account of the rise of the European far-right by Sapan Maini-Thompson

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