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Stuart Hall's revolutionary legacy
Hall's work in cultural studies offers unique insight into the role of the youth in the Arab revolutions.
Last updated: 16 Feb 2014 08:30 GMT
Who is the terrorist? Violence and power in Egypt after Morsi
Despite the July coup, the military's position is not as strong as it seems given Egypt's weak economy.
Last updated: 22 Aug 2013 12:30 GMT
WikiLeaks and Anonymous respond to status quo journalism
Wikileaks and Anonymous challenge global hegemonies of power and the popular narratives that underpin them.
Last updated: 29 Jul 2013 15:02 GMT
Edward Snowden's jihad
The NSA whistleblower's battle against US surveillance fits into a modernist reading of jihad as a fight for betterment.
Last updated: 10 Jun 2013 18:04 GMT
A post-colonial comedy of errors
Post-colonial theorists agree that "there is no strict division between the coloniser and the colonised".
Last updated: 13 Apr 2013 10:08 GMT
Can non-Europeans think?
What happens with thinkers who operate outside the European philosophical 'pedigree'?
Last updated: 15 Jan 2013 11:41 GMT
Slavoj Zizek and the role of the philosopher
Zizek "disrupts" ideological structures, the underside of acceptable philosophical, religious and political discourses.
Last updated: 25 Dec 2012 12:24 GMT
Adunis, the revolutionary poet
Syrian poet Adunis may be at the heart of modern Arabic poetry, yet the Arab Spring has consigned him to irrelevance.
Last updated: 11 Jul 2011 12:56 GMT
The new 'disorder' of hope
Gulf Arab states are being challenged to reform their political and social orders by a population high on hope.
Last updated: 14 Mar 2011 11:40 GMT
The shaping of a New World Order
If the revolutions of 2011 succeed, they will force the creation of a very different regional and world system.
Last updated: 06 Feb 2011 15:07 GMT
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Surviving the post-employment economy
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On the record: Journalism is not a crime
Colleagues of detained Al Jazeera journalists press demands for their release, 100 days after their arrest in Egypt.
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Infographic: How India forms a government
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Sudan: Failure to talk?
East Ukraine crisis and the 'fascist' matrix
Lessons from beyond the mass grave
Algeria: The challenge of poor choices
Mansour O El-Kikhia
Israeli military courts: Masquerading as justice?
Celebrating the debris of Greek democracy
In Pictures: Residents mourn Aswan violence
Egyptians mourn in Aswan after several days of clan fighting earlier this month left 23 people dead and 40 injured.
In Pictures: Remembering Deir Yassin
Palestinians were met with Israeli indifference during march to commemorate 66th anniversary of Deir Yassin massacre.
In Pictures: Battleground Varanasi
Ancient city will see BJP's Narendra Modi and AAP's Arvind Kejriwal face off on May 12 at end of India's polling.
Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
Egypt in Turmoil
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.
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