Mar 9, 2013
After four novels, Aleksandar Hemon's fifth book is non-fiction, but it still mines the same territory of Eastern European protagonists struggling with their new lives in America, writes David Lepeska
Read article "Book review: Aleksandar Hemon's latest story reflects on Eastern European immigrants who struggle with displacement in America"
Jan 26, 2013
As a number of nationalist groups battle for Turkey's soul, the anthropologist Jenny White sees another group of 'new Turks' on the world stage remaking Muslim democracy.Read article "Turkey continues to remake Muslim democracy, says author"
May 18, 2013
The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns deserved to be international best-sellers, but Hosseini's new novel, And the Mountains Echoed, shows him progressing as a writerRead article
May 16, 2013
Depending on your assumptions, the rise of the robots could be either liberating or unnerving. But how can we navigate our interactions with artificial helpers?Read article
Dec 7, 2008
Comment Experts say the outrage in Mumbai is the result of an attack on the symbol of aspirations of the upper-class, while the plight of the poor is steadily ignored.Read article
Political revamp far off despite bloodshed
Feb 25, 2010
The Palestinian director Scandar Copti speaks about the hometown inspiration of his Oscar-nominated movie Ajami.Read article
Jul 25 , 2011 | 11:15PM GST
Gregor Stuart Hunter
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