The Spice Girls and the Women’s World Cup are parallel realities, and some will point out that women are still underpaid, undervalued and stuck in much the same position they were in during the early 1990s.
It can be difficult to separate the alleged watchdogs of freedom from the bloodhounds of the populist radical-right discourse.
The suicides linked with The Jeremy Kyle Show and the similarly unscripted Love Island have occasioned a debate over the effects of reality television.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Leonard Swidler, professor of Catholic thought and interreligious dialogue at Temple University, Philadelphia.
The crisis of language testing — in some ways symptomatic of all the other problems the UK is facing — has oddly come to center stage and revealed a new twist.
Hillel Schenker reflects on a joint Israeli-Palestinian memorial ceremony and what it means for independence and freedom for both peoples.
Blasphemy laws create religious extremism, repress the people, bind the hands of government and paralyze the country at will.
At a time when their country needs healing and support, Sri Lankan Muslims have an obligation this Ramadan.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Peter Riddell, vice-principal at the Melbourne School of Theology in Australia.
The significance of the CAS ruling in the Caster Semenya case will be felt across the world of sport for years to come.