Common Ground

Tarık Günersel weighs the effects of freedom of speech laws and awards, Islamofascism and sentiment towards USA relations in Turkey.

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Kenya’s Enigma of the Ballot Box

Columnist Chalachew Tadesse writes with recent updates on Kenya’s tumultuous presidential election.

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Crimes Against Journalists: The State Prosecutor is Merely a Machine for Counting Deaths

Dina Meza writes on the silence around the deaths of journalists in Honduras.

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Crímenes Contra periodistas: Ministerio Público solamente es una Máquina Para Contar Muertos

“Crímenes contra periodistas: Ministerio Público solamente es una máquina para contar muertos,” un artículo escrito por columnista Dina Meza.

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Tesla’s Farewell: A Poem By Tarık Günersel

Turkish poet and playwright Tarik Günersel imagines the voice of Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla.

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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...
Common Ground
by  / November 17, 2017
Tarık Günersel weighs the effects of freedom of speech laws and awards, Islamofascism and sentiment towards USA relations in Turkey. Read more...
On Writing a Futurespeak: An Interview with Dawn Lundy Martin
by  / September 27, 2017
Dawn Lundy Martin is interested in the ways that language is a time traveller- how it lives in the past and present, and how it can be used to create a future to live within. She [...] Read more...

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