Joseph Anton is a tale of betrayals: of free speech, communities, religion, marriages, personal convictions, friends.
Assailed by the right as a fiction, anti-Muslim bias is all too real for those who live with it.
Behind the Beautiful Forevers is a superb, empathic account of life in a Mumbai undercity.
In Assumption a murder mystery becomes a lesson in how much we do not know.
The king says his realm is a beacon of liberalism, but the people demand bread, and roses too.
Egypt's future looks uncertain. What is certain is if Obama sides with a repressive regime, feared extremism will become reality.
The revolution is far from over.
In The Clash of Images Abdelfattah Kilito creates a touching portrait of a young man coming of age in French-occupied Morocco.
The Swiss ban on minarets may seem insignificant, but it is hitched to bigger stories about mass immigration, economic depression and the rebirth of fascism in Europe.
Alarmist tracts about immigration in Europe are debates about Muslims--not with them.