Laura Dean reflects on the surprising absence of sectarianism among Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
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Orhan Pamuk’s 2002 novel, Snow, translated by Maureen Freely.
The literary compendium edited and translated by Ibtihal Mahmood and Alexander Haddad, Snow in Amman: An Anthology of Short Stories from Jordan. Read more »
Over the holidays, I am reading Gallipoli by Jenny Macleod.
From the Potomac to the Euphrates examines how debates about Mideast policy in Washington connect to the region, with a special focus on Egypt and Turkey.