By Khaled Diab Outside America, Donald Trump has provoked near universal outrage and dismay. However, Europeans and Middle Easterners must not forget the racism closer to home. 5 November 2020 Millions of non-Americans around the world have been following the…
By Khaled Diab Decades of unprecedented population growth have played a significant role in Arab regime repression, the two main waves of revolutions that swept the region, and the fierce counterrevolutions that followed. Friday 24 January 2020 Over the past…
In much of the world, ‘Muslim’ is often used as a marker of ethnic origin rather than of religion. This must change.
By Khaled Diab While the Egyptian regime battles for its survival, Egypt itself may not survive as a viable state, as it faces a ‘plague’ of potentially crippling environmental, economic and social challenges. Monday 12 February 2018 For those of…
Conflict between Nile basin countries has been averted. But unless effective action is taken, a water war remains a distinct future possibility.
Can the skin-deep world of the Miss Israel beauty pageant help combat the ugly face of discrimination and prejudice against Palestinians in Israel?
Half a century after the inundation, Nubians may finally gain recognition and redress for the loss of their homeland.
Africans in the Holy Land are challenging the whitewashing of their identities and are taking greater pride in their heritage.
Egypt is certainly the gift of the Nile, but the great river could become east Africa’s curse. What are the chances of a future ‘water war’?
Despite its reputation for war and violence, there is more to Sudan than meets the West’s eye.