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Elia Suleiman: Of Fixed Frames And Fictive Biography

The most lauded Arab filmmaker of his generation has been compared to Buster Keaton and Jacques Tati, even though his work is concerned with occupation and dispossession. Now Artistic Advisor to Doha Film Institute, he meditates on self-evaluation, memory and the “metamorphosis into the aesthetic."

What’s Really In Your Food?

From potentially allergenic enzymes to lists of ingredients that purposefully mislead, very few consumers have a clear idea of what may be hiding in even the healthiest-sounding products. A leading culinary expert and columnist offers some salutary pointers.

Imperialism By Any Other Name

What are the grounds for intervening in other countries’ affairs? There are none for military actions by external actors, argues one distinguished commentator and editor. Liberal interventionism is really all about Western self-interest. On the contrary, argues a leading proponent of intervention.

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