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  • Leaving Maghreb Youth on the Sidelines

    1er juillet, par Messaoud Romdhani — July 2017,
    Whether they are in Tataouine (Tunisia) or in El-Houceima (Morocco), young people are facing the same problems: long-term unemployment, endemic poverty and deliberate marginalization. Instead of trying to alleviate their deplorable living conditions, governments answer their protests either (...)
  • Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf Cooperation Council Crisis

    1er juillet, par Mouin Rabbani — July 2017,
    It is tempting, and not entirely inaccurate, to dismiss the escalating crisis between Qatar and a number of its neighbors as a petulant princely playground spat. Extending this tempting logic, one could conclude that decisive victory by each of the protagonists would be the optimal outcome. Yet (...)
  • India-Wide Rallies Held Against Lynching of Muslims, Dalits

    1er juillet, par Jawed Naqvi — July 2017,
    NEW DELHI: When it gets unbearably hot in parts of India a cloudburst ends the long spells of suffocation and suffering. The rain clouds visited Delhi all too briefly on Wednesday but they may have presaged the end of suffocation of another kind. Liberal intellectuals, worried teachers, (...)
  • World Heritage Watch report on the destruction of Sur

    1er juillet — July 2017,
    A new report has been released by the World Heritage Watch on the destruction of large parts of the 7000 years old city (Suriçi) of Amed (Diyarbakir) in North Kurdistan by the Turkish state since the beginning of 2016. The World Heritage Watch Report 2017 gives wide coverage to the destruction (...)
  • The Lynching of a Nation

    1er juillet, par Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee — July 2017,
    Lynching is a modern form of tribalism, where enemies – differentiated by religion, race, caste or ideology – are bracketed for elimination. Fascism is not defined by the number of its victims, but by the way it kills them. Jean-Paul Sartre, 22 June, 1953. Mobs are taking over civic spaces in (...)

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