Law and the Roma: A Fickle Ally
In our third installment of a series on Roma Rights, Arvin Anoop critiques the justice system in Central Europe and points out how the law can both help and hinder those who want to protect the rights of Roma people.
History and Horror: Nations Struggle with Relics of Evil Past
Will Osama bin-Laden's compound be turned into a playground? Arvin Anoop covers the controversy surrounding the al-Qaeda founder's former home and takes us through what other countries have done with problematic landmarks.Arvin Anoop | 8.23.2016
Out of the Tunisian Blue: The Change-Makers Behind the Scenes
At a time when Libya has become a failed state, Syria has become a humanitarian catastrophe, and Yemen has become a foreign powers’ battleground, Tunisia serves as a welcome relief. Today, Tunisia, the pioneer of the grandiose Arab Spring, is the only standing testament to the Spring’s partial success. This was recently recognized by Nobel […]Arvin Anoop | 11.6.2015