“Wherever we go we are refugees and all alone. We left when the situation in our area started to deteriorate…no one helped us,” seventeen-year-old Nineveh notes to Al Jazeera reporters, after two of Syria’s biggest Assyrian towns were attacked and decimated by ISIS fighters in 2015.
When the Italian National Fascist Party rose to power under the leadership of Benito Mussolini in October 1922, they brought along with them the promise of a revitalised Roman Empire.
The Ancient Macedonian court is a fascinating setting of intrigue and conflict, particularly because of the involvement of women in dynastic politics.
In India, January 26th is a day synonymous with national pride and Indian autonomy.
Australia in the 1920s and 1930s saw the emergence of a distinctive form of transnationalism, in which Indigenous Australian activists revealed their transnational engagement with the world.
During World War One, the role that women played varied from country to country.
Perhaps one of the understated influences of Hellenism in the Italian Renaissance is the intact foreskin.