Opinion

Bouteflika should retire with dignity

This time last year, Arab Millennial wrote an article on what to expect in Algeria after Bouteflika’s presidency ends. We …

Algerian women on social media

One of the few vivid memories from my upbringing in Algeria was when I was in the first year of …

Yemen’s war is far from over

One of the Middle East’s bloodiest battles is also one of the most overlooked. It is not in Syria or …

On Boris Johnson’s possible ‘white privilege’

When I speak of Boris Johnson’s ‘white privilege’, I’m not speaking of the sort of white privilege that allowed him …

Zakzaky: Nigeria’s Shi’i cleric under illegal detention

*** this is an edited and syndicated piece originally published by Abbas Farshori in The Best of Africa *** A …

How religious leaders can help facilitate dialogue

The paradoxical relationship between religion, politics and conflict is a contentious issue within political science and has garnered much debate …

Saif al-Islam: where is Gaddafi’s son?

The fate of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi remains uncertain. Saif al-Islam had been held by militia in the town of Zintan since his …

Murad and Kavanaugh: contrasting accounts of global justice

It is a great disgrace that we, as humans, somehow became immune to heinous acts of sexual violence. In fact, …

Post-Brexit Britain: a dance with dictators

Since the Brexit referendum results were announced, and the subsequent months of continuous bitter negotiating, various political analysts, journalists and …

The problem with charisma in political debate

Throughout history, we have based far too many decisions on who is presenting the options available to us and how those options …

On Orientalism and learning Arabic

بدي أهوة عربية وحمص No? How about this: Biddi ahwa arabia wa hummous. Now you can read it but it’s …

China is ramping up investment in Africa

While the world is busy with proxy wars in Syria and Yemen, immigration to Europe & Donald Trump’s Twitter account, …