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The Unparalleled Magic of City and Stage

written by Rami G. Khouri NEW YORK—Many significant things related to the Middle East and its relations with Western societies happened on Monday of this week, some more significant than others. Benjamin Netanyahu squaring off with Barack Obama. Egyptian policemen sentenced to jail for torturing to death Khalid Saeed three and a half years ago. […]

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New Croatian Drama (getting ready)

Back in fall 2007 I had the chance to go to Zagreb for that year’s Showcase Croatia, a presentation of contemporary Croatian theatre organized by ITI. Not really a festival, Showcase Croatia is more like an introduction–a chance for those unacquainted with Croatian theatre to find out what it is all about, to understand where […]

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Maksym Kurochkin: A Writer for the Global Age

I have always said that Maksym Kurochkin is the perfect writer for the global age. Max, as I know him, is a writer who delights in breaking down barriers. I have a feeling that impulse is connected in some way with Max’s heritage. He is the son of a historian and he grew up in […]

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