The study of the remains of ancient civilizations, once considered a relic of colonialism, is making a comeback.
American-style democracies won’t emerge in the Middle East, a political scientist says. In a new book, he predicts shared power agreements among communities, or “communitocracies.”
A Brussels-based foreign correspondent has traced the tales of five people who fled their countries to seek a haven in Europe.
In newly-liberated areas, archaeologists have begun assessing the damage done to sites of ancient Iraqi heritage and planning their future.
Four winners of Libyan student excellence awards residing in North America have social missions as well as academic ones.
Obay al-Dewachi has kept Mosul’s university running in exile and represents the resilience of the city’s people.
With two thirds of the Arab population under 30, a United Nations agency makes an urgent call for economic and political reform.
A female entrepreneur spotted a gap in the food market, and found a way to fill it, despite civil war. Can her success be repeated?
The Academic Freedom Monitoring Report, a project of Scholars at Risk, has highlighted Egypt, especially the bans there that prevent professors from traveling.
A 600-page occupational-outlook handbook undergoing a revision seeks to answer a common question: What jobs will be most needed in the future?