At least 70 people have been killed in Cairo at a rally in support of the ousted Egyptian president, Mohammed Morsi. The
A war is being fought. Its battlefields are the pages of social networking sites across the globe, and its soldiers are armed with placards and computer cursors. This is the battle of traditional activism versus clicktivism
Social media is undoubtedly giving us more real time insight into how rape is used systematically during conflict. But if the global phenomenon of rape in is to be challenged, we can't allow it to be used in the propaganda war either.
The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to three women "for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for
The unrest in Syria has been going on for six months now, and may well continue for a long while yet. Damascus, rich in security, is and has been calm and quiet, the streets all but untroubled.
We must wish the Libyan people well, put away our ulterior motives and understand that an open, democratic Libya is in the interests of the people of Libya and everyone else, and there is no need for any country to try to gain special advantage.
French scholar and expert on contemporary Islam, Jean-Pierre Filiu, has a new book due to be published called 'The Arab Revolution - Ten Lessons From The Democratic Uprising'. The book, has the title suggests, draws ten important conclusions from the recent upheavals in the MENA region.
Hosni Mubarak is believed to be in a stable medical condition, following earlier reports suggesting the former Egyptian president
Libyan rebels fighting to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi have won recognition as the country's "legitimate authority" from the
As many as 19 protesters have been killed across Syria after security forces reportedly shot at protesters, hundreds of thousands