Waiting to Die of Thirst: Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan, and the GERD
Photo Credit: Olof von Gawinski By Michael KeeneStaff Writer In northeast Africa, a tragedy of epic proportions has been playing out for decades. Ethiopia’s ongoing construction of a massive $4.5 billion dam over the Nile River’s largest tributary has led to an increasingly volatile East African environment, in which old colonial practices, climate change, and…
Op-Ed: A Robbery of Artistic Proportions: How the Louvre is Complicit in the Looting of Middle Eastern Treasures
Photo Credit: DBUK By Audrey HallManaging Editor The Musee du Louvre, the world’s most visited museum located in the center of Paris, has come under severe scrutiny as former Louvre President Jean-Luc Martinez has been charged with money laundering and alleged art trafficking. Martinez is said to have accepted falsified certificates of origin for several…
Whose Lives Matter?: A Conversation on Police Brutality Across Borders
Carla Diot traces the back and forth between the United States, Russia, Egypt and Iran as they accuse each other of various human rights violations.