After sustaining a full-term democratic government for the first time, Pakistan is tantalisingly close to conducting an unprecedented free and fair general election on May 11, writes Tom HussainRead article "Judgement day dawns in Pakistan"
The Armenian Genocide of 1915 is no longer a taboo subject in Turkey and is now deemed merely controversial. But how does a country make peace with its past when it is unable to agree on a true historical narrative? Caleb Lauer reports from Istanbul on the shadows still cast by the events of yesteryear
Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz became politically engaged after the first Gulf War and has since produced works that involve food, design, utility and agitation, writes Shirine Saad