Laila Lalami, the author of Secret Son and Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits, is an associate professor of creative writing at the university of California, Riverside. Her new novel, The Moor’s Account, will be published next year.
A Moroccan single mother has earned the sad distinction of being the first Arab woman to commit political self-immolation.
I don’t know about you, but I’m having a hard time keeping track of who is responsible for the Arab uprisings.
Two days ago, thousands of young people held street protests throughout Morocco to demand constitutional reforms. What's next?
A new generation of Moroccans wants dignity—and that is only possible in a true democracy.
Morocco, long considered one of the most stable Arab countries, is not immune to the unrest sweeping the region.
In the mounting rhetoric, what is getting lost is the fact that a reporter has been sexually assaulted.
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.