In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to award-winning theater director Suba Das about his play, “Pink Sari Revolution.”
The novels of Graham Greene, who died on April 3, 1991, epitomized the spectacle of the human psyche.
Thanks to technology, our actions in the present are commodifying our own future.Once upon a time, businesses were content to work with what they knew from the past, adjusting their actions for a mysterious, risk-ridden future. Today’s tech giants won’t allow such uncertainty. They monitor and process our behavior in the present to model and control our common future.
In a Birmingham primary school, young children learn to accept homosexuality within the context of an equality-led curriculum, but parents are outraged.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to exiled Iranian poet and journalist Sepideh Jodeyri.
There’s a long, culturally complex relationship between basketball, race, music and the American way of life. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
Is it possible to engage with the radical right without inadvertently supporting its intolerant ideology?
In the hyperreal world of American news media, lying about lying has become the foundation of effective fake news.
We now seem poised for a change: Instead of understanding women and men as two different halves of a binary, we will see them as different points on a spectrum.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Garnett Stokes, president of the University of New Mexico.