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Why France and Germany Need to Tackle Terrorism Together

11.18.17
  • Radicalization between Prevention and Instrumentalisation of Religion

    02.22.17
  • Freedom to and Freedom From

  • Blaming Marginalization for French Terror Attacks is Facile and Dangerous

  • As Goes Manila and Nairobi, So Goes Paris

    07.04.16
  • Queen of Jordan Responds to Charlie Hebdo

    01.18.16
  • Charlie Hebdo Reinforces the Very Racism it is Trying to Satirize

  • Paris: Fundamentalism v. Liberal Values

  • Targeted Paris Stadium Symbolizes Pitfalls of War Against the Islamic State

    11.15.15
  • Paris, the Terrorists’ Magnet

  • Paris Terror Attacks: France Now Faces Fight Against Fear and Exclusion

  • ISIS, Islam, and Islamophobia: Interview with Caner Dagli

  • An Afghan-American Perspective on the Killing of Farkhunda

    03.31.15
  • Islamic State’s Theater of the Absurd

    03.26.15
  • When Free Speech Got Foolish: France’s Dieudonné Verdict

  • Anti-What?

    02.20.15
  • Netanyahu’s Blatant Campaigning Abroad Will Win Him Votes – but it’s Hurting Israel

    02.17.15
  • The Women of Terror

  • #Jesuischarlie? Not in Indonesia

  • Terrorism and Oil Prices Plague Nigeria Ahead of Election

  • A League of His Own: Italy’s Northern League under Salvini

    01.24.15
  • Francois Hollande Never Learned from Bush’s Blunders

    01.22.15
  • War Begets War: It’s Not about Islam, It Never Was

    01.14.15
  • We Have Lost

  • Islamist Attacks Should be a Wake-Up Call

    01.12.15
  • Yemen: A Meta-Mess

  • We are all Charlie Hebdo – and this is an Attack on our Rights

    01.07.15
  • The Empowerment of the Lone Blogger