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The Emirati curriculum teaches students what the state sees as interests and necessities, both internally and externally.
It's high time we change the narrative—to change any narrative in which a person is killed, thrown off a balcony, arrested, imprisoned, taunted, interrogated, …
Saied will have to find solutions for this economic crisis if he wants to maintain popular support and keep a lid on protests.
Russia is betting on seeing the West’s options in Syria weakened, which would push them to adopt Moscow’s vision of a solution in Syria.
International poet and painter Etel Adnan connected many cultures and countries to her unique identity.
Without awakening the Palestinian civil society, the Palestinians will remain marginalized, lost, and ineffective.