Libyan male politicians ridiculed me for including women in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum

While more Arab women have access to education and have joined the workforce, they continue to face obstacles in society 

Do people get their validation from how they are perceived by others? Al Majalla enters the philosophical debate

Lebanese politics has become a clatter of empty and pointless words that are utterly detached from reality

Mohamed abi Samra

Among the most critical repercussions of the Russian invasion of Ukraine a year ago is the rise of militarisation and armaments worldwide

Majed Kayali

A look at British rule over this majestic mountainous area in Musandam

Reem Al-Kamali

Distinguishing between reality and myth also presents a challenge that further complicates conflict resolution efforts

Houssam Itani

Hezbollah's massive weapons arsenal gives it the power to dictate over all Lebanese affairs, including its banking system

Toufic Chanbour

During Saudi Founding Day, the nation responded to the call for brotherhood and solidarity amid catastrophic earthquake

Heyla Alselim

A disciple of the famous German philosopher Martin Heidegger, Terrence Malick's movies feature his philosophical theories

A description of the similarities between the former Yugoslavia and today's Iraq, together with a prescription for rebalancing Iraqi politics

Rustum Mahmud

Public intellectuals who finished college in the 1960s sacrificed much in seeking a better world, but they have been let down by unworthy successors