A new film follows Maqbool Bhatt’s mother as she seeks support in her campaign to bring back the revolutionary’s remains to Kashmir before she dies.
Muslims feature heavily in ongoing debates between conservatives and liberals. They are, however, unable to determine the terms of those debate.
Neoliberalism is a fertile ground for the production of alienated, marginalized, and ultimately radicalization-prone individuals.
Austerity entails a reconfiguration of the state designed to consolidate class power by attacking the weakest and most vulnerable in society.
The ouster of Pakistan’s Prime Minister must be seen in the context of a judiciary that has become a vehicle for an aspirational middle class which blames corruption for all ills.
Islamic thought has shied away from Critical Theory but it is the only tradition that offers a robust account of knowledge and culture in the post-industrial world.
U.S. stance towards the Arab revolutions is dominated by an emphasis on stability and managed transition, rather than an outright commitment to swift transformation.