Topic: Arab Spring

Protests on Tahrir Square on the ‘Day of Departure’ in Cairo (photo: dpa)

Friday Protests in the Arab World

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More than Religious Symbolism

Noam Comsky photo dw

Interview with Noam Chomsky

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''The West Is Terrified of Arab Democracies''

Blouzaat.18: ''Who is in who is out'', Ahmad Sabbagh, silk-screen print on canvas, 29x29 cm, “Expired… Dying New World Exhebition”, Amman, Jordan, 2009 (source: From Here To Fame Publishing)

Modern Arabic Graffiti

Ancient calligraphy meets politics in modern Arabic graffiti

Statue of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in Ankara (photo: AP)

Islam and Politics in Turkey

A Divided Nation

Women protesting in Tunisia (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Tunisian Blogger Lina Ben Mhenni

Voicing Concerns of Women

Award Ceremony at the Paulskirche (photo: Wikipedia)

German Peace Prize for Boualem Sansal

A Good, Cowardly Choice

Detail from the "Microphone" film poster (source: ahmadabdalla.net)

Egyptian Cinema

Enormous Creative Energy

Demonstrators in Homs, Syria, demanding UN intervention (photo: AP)

Uprising against the Assad Regime in Syria

Is This a Second Libya?

A jubilant crowd in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, after the news broke President Saleh had left the country (photo: AP)

Power Struggle in Yemen

A Yemeni Tribal Affair

President Barack Obama delivers a policy address on events in the Middle East, May 19, 2011 (photo: AP)

The US and the Arab Spring

Obama Addresses a Fearless Middle East

Tahrir square (photo: AP)

Modern-day Orientalism

Great How They Keep Things Clean and Tidy!

Demonstration for Secularism in Tunisia in spring 2011 (photo: Lina Ben Mhenni/DW)

Intercultural Dialogue

Goethe Institute Supports Post-Arab Spring Cultural Work

Adonis (photo: dpa)

Arab Intellectuals and the Arab Spring

The Silence of the Thinkers

Protests on Tahrir Square (photo: AP)

Interview with Hamid Dabashi

''Another People Now Is Redefining the Idea of Democracy''

Interview with the Saudi Writer Badriya Al-Bishr

''Anything You Write about Is Made a Scandal, Even Love''

Khaled Al-Khamissi (left) and Stefan Weidner (photomontage: Susanne Schanda/DW)

In Dialogue: Khaled Al-Khamissi – Stefan Weidner

The Arab Spring

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