Hungary is being hijacked by extreme Rightwing forces in broad daylight. And all that the world does is to look.
Europe sounds more and more like a jealous wife when talking about America these days.
This first feature film by Aladag makes it clear that many Muslim women are no more slaves of men, and that honour killings have nothing to do with Islam
This February sees Berlin beautifying itself with an abandon that can only be described as unabashed.
Even before the resolve to somewhat slow down in life was made public, the editors decided that there was no need for this reporter to cover the Copenhagen climate summit, live.
After having changed the world with its boundless creativity and inventions in the past few centuries, Europe seems in slumber today.
The excitement that morning was different from those spent earlier at other oasis cities along the Great Silk Road.
In the first couplet of the eighth ghazal of his 'Divan', Hafiz Shirazi wishes for the Turkish beauty to take his heart in her hand.
Part of the summer this year was spent in Samarqand, the city of fruits. The apricot here is no longer worth its weight in gold.
It has the long title of ‘Global: Lab. Art as a Message. Asia and Europe -- 1500-1700’. However, the thematic connotation of this delightful exhibition is even more enduring. This experimental global laboratory is a treasure house of thrilling records of what happens when opposing cultures collide and cooperate with each other.
It is no secret that Hassan bin Talal preferred to give up the throne of Jordan rather than his liberal views. He was crown prince between 1965 and 1999.
When I went to Hyderabad in the summer of 2004, I was exposed to a foreign culture for the first time