The Middle East is not overloaded with statues of historic figures, but they do exist. Some are of imperialists and slavers.
Alberto M. FernandezJuly 7, 2020
During the coronavirus pandemic, Middle Eastern Christians like MP Neemat Frem and Dr. Issam Raad are living up to the best of their community’s tradition as healers of the sick.
Peter BurnsApril 14, 2020
Given the alarming trends in the Middle East, America should fashion agile media platforms that influence audiences in the region and—even more importantly—say something compelling.
Alberto M. FernandezFebruary 27, 2020
For Kuyper, governance is an opportunity to plant Christian truth in another part of the world’s soil. It is about giving others a chance to flourish.
Tim ScheidererJune 3, 2019
The nature of the war is shifting, and the South Sudanese government is struggling to adapt to the geopolitical battlefield’s new realities—those of the political war abroad.
Marcus RileyFebruary 28, 2018
Facing a parliamentary no-confidence vote after defying orders from the National Executive Committee (NEC) of his African National Congress (ANC) party to step down, President Jacob Zuma has resigned.
Harry GreenFebruary 15, 2018
Despite continued violence in Sudan and the disapproval of senior members of Congress, last January President Obama signed an executive order lifting Sudan sanctions on a probationary basis.
Andrew LarsenJuly 5, 2017
While the media spotlight shines on a few high-profile countries, four forgotten countries (Lithuania, Yemen, Sudan, and Morocco) operate under the radar.
Joshua CayetanoJuly 3, 2017
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