Nadine Sayegh is a multidisciplinary writer and researcher covering the Arab world. She has covered topics including gender in the region, countering violent extremism, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, amongst other social and political issues.
Migrants and refugees in Lebanon work under extremely tough, and often cruel, conditions. Now, the government has added to their misery by clamping down on their status in the country.
Ethiopian Jews have suffered discrimination by the Israeli state, which has been intelligent enough to divide ethnic groups to ensure there will never be a joint fight against racism.
US Senator Bernie Sanders raised the issue of voter disenfranchisement in a public debate recently - so what is it and who does it affect?
The intrusive visa policies under the Trump administration are not only a violation of people's privacy but can backfire against the US in its quest to attract the world's best talent.
If the so-called 'Deal of the Century' goes through bearing any resemblance to the details that have been leaked - it won't be the first time the region's borders have been drawn with complete disregard for the region's inhabitants.
Palestinians have long grated on the Lebanese who have bore the brunt of the refugee crisis over the years. Still, when a group of adventure-seeking students end up deported, you know the xenophobia is systematically ingrained.
A new report from a collective of investigative journalists raises serious questions about the French government's culpability for atrocities committed in Yemen.
Is France finally being scrutinised for the violence perpetrated on Yellow Vest protestors?
A rise in anti-semitism deserves attention and action against it - but it should not be conflated with anti-Zionism, and Islamophobia should not be ignored in the process.
What is a state’s responsibility after its citizen's return from stints with Daesh or other terrorist organisations? For starters, they have to face crucial questions over why their citizens joined in the first place.
A string of killings across the Arab world should be bigger news and a sign that a lot more needs to be done to protect women who don't conform to narrow expectations.
The recent wave of right-wing sectarian attacks in America should not surprise us; it was always lurking beneath the surface, unchallenged and allowed to fester. Under Trump, it's out in the open.
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