Turkan Omari brings you an analysis of the recent equality reforms in Saudi Arabia. Was extending women the right to drive a genuine move towards gender equality, or a reform brought on by other reasons?
Enlight Studies writer Anahit Karapetyan maps out the laws and logics behind Turkey’s escalating repression of free speech, especially the dissidence against those in power.
Miriam Laux discusses what the Portuguese EU presidency might mean for the future of the European Union’s handling of migrants crossing the Mediterranean, a subject especially interesting as both Europe and the rest of the world grapples with the consequences of the covid-19 pandemic.
Gor Madoyan of Enlight Studies offers an important analysis of the history of Armenia, and how it gives insight into the Nagorno-Karabakh Region situation.
”We will only be safe anywhere if we are safe everywhere”. What does this mean for the distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine? Is it equitable? Can we make it equitable? No doubt these questions are important to ask at this moment in time.
How do we distinguish the political from the non-political? Carl Schmitt’s concept of the political is a supremely valuable identifier for the understanding of such categories as the state, the sovereignty, and the political system.
What is the aim of Russia’s misinformation campaigns? In this Interview with Susanne Oxenstierna of Sida, Magdalena Kamont looks into the subject of Russian think tanks, and how they are actually GONGO:s that might be influencing the western public opinion in more ways than we know.
The U.S. Capitol raid has been widely condemned by world leaders, using varying degrees of harshness. In this opinion piece, Staff writer Felix Sjögren argues the importance of calling the insurrection for what it is – Fascism.
Famous faces are not the only thing that makes Ara Güler’s photographs remarkable. The excellence of “The Eye of Istanbul” lay in his way of capturing people with almost childish enthusiasm.