Cartoon: Information Armor

A free and independent media is the first line of resistance.

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The Elegy of the “Low-End Population”

Columnist Tienchi Martin-Liao writes on the ways that Beijing is dealing with the “problem” of its “low-end population” of migrant workers.

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Cartoon: 2018

The UNHCR estimates that over 500,000 Syrians will be in need of international refuge and resettlement in 2018.

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Censorship, Liberation, and a Hope for Imece

Tarik Günersel reflects on self-censorship and the Turkish concept of “imece,” a collaborative cooperation.

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Somaliland: An Unfulfilled Quest for International Justice

Contrary to the colonialist perspective, democracy is not a foreign concept in Africa. Chalachew Tadesse describes the successful election of Somaliland’s new president.

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I Will Raise My Hand and Be Heard: An Interview with Porochista Khakpour
by  / June 30, 2017
Porochista Khakpour talks with Sampsonia Way Magazine about crafting her characters, her own identity, and her thoughts on the use of fabulism and absurdity as a means of political resistance. Read more...
The Elegy of the “Low-End Population”
by  / January 5, 2018
Columnist Tienchi Martin-Liao writes on the ways that Beijing is dealing with the "problem" of its "low-end population" of migrant workers. Read more...
The Writer’s Block: A Video Q&A with Dawn Lundy Martin
by  / November 30, 2017
Dawn Lundy Martin discusses the voices in her writing, the navigation of identity, and the material and imaginative work she believes that language can do. Read more...
Cartoon: 2018
by  / December 29, 2017
The UNHCR estimates that over 500,000 Syrians will be in need of international refuge and resettlement in 2018. Read more...

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  • Cartoon: Money and the News

    The US Federal Communication Commission voted today to dismantle so-called net-neutrality regulations which prevent broadband providers from blocking certain websites or charging for certain web content.

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