Jadaliyya announces the soft launch of its new Arabian Peninsula Page. Similarly structured to our Egypt, Syria, and Maghreb Pages, the Arabian Peninsula page will feature articles about the Peninsula’s states written by those on the ground as well as outside observers. If you are interested in contributing to this page, send us your submission to email@example.com. We accept submissions in both Arabic and English.
Our first set of articles address a range of topics, including the lived realities of counterrevolution inside Saudi Arabia, an assessment of the Bahraini uprising over one year since it began, the travails of migrant laborers in the Gulf Arab States, a video essay of the Yemeni Uprising, an analysis of the proposed Saudi Anti-Terror Law, and a roundup of major media coverage of the Arabian Peninsula. Check them out!
Political Imaginaries in Saudi Arabia: Revolutionaries without A Revolution
Migration: The Arabian Gulf Story
The Draft Anti-Terrorism Law in Saudi Arabia: Legalizing the Abrogation of Civil Liberties
Revolutionary Junctures: Documenting the Yemeni Uprising on Film
الحركات السياسية في البحرين: الماضي والحاضر والمستقبل
Arabian Peninsula Media Roundup (2 April 2012)