Watch our conversation with Middle East Monitor Director Dr Daud Abdullah discussing his latest book ‘Engaging the World: The Making of Hamas's Foreign Policy’
Abulhawa is the co-chair of Palestine Writes, the first North American Palestinian literature festival. Her debut novel ‘Mornings in Jenin’ is considered a classic in Anglophile Palestinian literature.
As we mark 10 years since the launch of the Palestine Book Awards, watch our live conversation with Nathalie Handal discussing her seventh poetry collection 'Life in a Country Album', which won the Palestine Book Awards Creative Prize last year.
Watch our interview with leading Palestinian abstract artist and influential scholar Samia Halaby
Watch out interview with the CEO of the Syrian news outlet Deir Ezzor 24
Our conversation with British-Iranian writer, theatremaker and director Javaad Alipoor discussing his most recent play 'Rich Kids', the Iranian politics that underline it and the role of art in politics.
Watch our interview with anthropologist, author, lecturer and political activist Jeff Halper
Arguments presented by Dr Warren highlight the ongoing battle to control the narrative about the Arab Spring
Khalidi is the Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University and the director of the Middle East Institute of Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs.
Our interview with Mauritanian-American activist Nasser Weddady discussing corruption in Mauritania
Our interview with Egyptian journalist Abdurrahman Ezz
The WSF is an international open space organised by civil society, social movements and NGOs in order to articulate alternatives to neoliberal globalisation.
Watch our interview with Palestinian-American historian Rashid Khalidi
Our interview with Professor John L. Esposito and head of the Egyptian Revolutionary Council Dr Maha Azzam discussing 10 years since the outbreak of the Arab Spring.
Our interview with Dr Reza Zia-Ebrahimi, historian of nationalism and race at King's College London, about Islamophobia in France in light of President Emmanuel Macron's recent comments about Islam being 'in crisis'.
Watch our interview with Jeremy Wildeman, a fellow at Ottawa University's Human Rights Research and Education Centre
Our interview with Omar Salha, research and teaching fellow at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS
Our interview with co-founder of the Celebrating Syria Festival Abir Tobji
Our interview with co-chair of the Palestinian History Tapestry Jan Chalmers
Our interview with the Director of Seville Mosque Foundation, Ibrahim Hernandez
Our interview with Roua Naboulsi of the London Palestine Film Festival
Our interview with Prof Salman Sayyid
Our interview with Lebanese journalist Zahra Hankir
Our interview with British journalist and author Victoria Brittain about her book 'Love and Resistance in the Films of Mai Masri'
Watch our interview with Palestinian-American businesswoman, artist and writer Wafa Ghnaim about traditional Palestinian embroidery
Our interview with UK-based Kurdish writer Dana Nawzar
Our interview with Palestinian-American children's author and Palestine Book Awards nominee for 2020 Rifk Ebeid
Sarah Hunaidi, a Syrian feminist and human rights activist, spoke exclusively to MEMO about the Syrian uprising, revolution and civil war, as well as the politics of the Druze community.
Sudan's struggling economy and healthcare sector, already crippled by the coronavirus pandemic, have been pushed to their limits in recent weeks as devastating floods, the worst in nearly a...
Stephen Bronner is Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Rutgers University
Born and raised in Australia, Arslan Hidayet visited East Turkestan every 3-4 years and eventually married there. He is the son-in-law of internationally renowned Uyghur comic Adil Mijit who was being detained by the Chinese authorities.
Few have documented Israel's erasure of Palestine better than Dr Salman Abu Sitta. Best known for his ground-breaking project mapping historic Palestine and developing a practical plan for implementing...