B. Nimri Aziz

B. Nimri Aziz is a New York based anthropologist and journalist. Her latest book is “Yogmaya and Durga Devi: Rebel Women of Nepal.” Find her work at www.barbaranimri.com. 

Buried Under the Genocide Debate: Desecrated Graves

Can You Hear That Fading Cry: “Here, Here; I’m Here”?

In Harm’s Way

MK– Mandela’s Secret Army: a Film by Osvalde Lewat

From Where Will the Breakthrough Come for Julian Assange? 

Safe and Secure? Or Stressed and Scared?

Political Theater In Nepal is Driving Citizen Flight

A Shortened Conversation About Malcolm X 

A Reality Check on Our Polarized Lives (From My Radiology Exam)

Syria, Alas. Is There Reason for Optimism?

Where Should Palestinians Search for Justice?

Syria Held Hostage by the U.S.A. and Its Allies

Scary Winter Wonder Land

What Was That Biden Said About Ending the War?

Do Meghan and Harry Really Believe They Control the Narrative?

Liberty for Julian Assange

Could Nepal Become a Player in a Future US-China Crisis?

There Was a Young Man from Dara’a: Missing in Syria

“Martin”: Algeria, 2008

Etel Adnan’s Missing Arab Companions

Morality Plays: When Entertainers Draw the Line

How One Ballsy Senator Stole a President’s Gummy Candy

Noteworthy New Tunisian Films

America’s Afghanistan Guilt: What About the Women?

When Will They Lift the Blockade? Lessons From Cuba to Iraq and Back to Cuba

Syria Still Proves Its Mettle in Tokyo

Oprah and Chomsky: Is There Room for Both on the American Left?

Smashed Houses, Crushed Orchards: a Trail of Unrestrained Malice

Rebel Women: Past, Present, Future

Nawal El-Saadawi and the Barriers of Patriarchy

The Iraq-UnIraq in the American Imagination

The Nepal Street

Ode to February

Power Games All Over the Place

It’s Funny, But It’s No Joke!

“Myopia:” Moroccan Director/Actor Sanaa Akroud’s Latest Screen Gem

It’s Only a Lawn Sign (Well, Perhaps Much More)

Is Nepal Skirting, Denying or Defying the Covid Pandemic?

Film Review: Made in Bangladesh: A Union Story

Who Will Come to America’s Aid?

Soft Power: Americans in Its Grip at Home Must Face the Mischief It Wields by BNimri Aziz July 11/2020

Muslim Heroines Find their Way into New American Literature

Eight Minutes, Forty-Six Seconds

Have Nepal’s People Managed a Healthy Breakthrough in the Covid-19 Crisis?

Rethinking Commander-in-Chief in American Leadership

Kaia Rolle, Handcuffed and Arrested at 6: How Many More, and for How Long Will This Happen in America?

Being a Democrat, Ugh

Intimacies From an Awful War

The Power of Our Human Voice: From Marconi to Woods Hole

Abu Graib at Home in America