Tag: J. Malcolm Garcia
A portrait of Syria’s child-refugees in Antakya, Turkey.
Among the rebels in war-torn Syria.
An antique weapons dealer in Kabul collects Kalashnikovs and nostalgia.
Congratulations to J. Malcolm Garcia, who has won the 2011 Studs Terkel Award for Media and Journalism for his piece “Smoke Screen,” which appeared in the Aug. 15, 2011 issue of Guernica.
Will witch hunts for deserters and its initial refusal to arrest Mubarak lead Egypt’s military down a blind alley of violence and tyranny?
Our author was in Afghanistan to report on women who set themselves on fire to protest their social status. Then it got personal.
As Gulf fishermen are forced to work for the oil company that destroyed their livelihoods, who will train Louisiana’s next generation to fish?
Amina Janjua and the search for thousands of disappeared Pakistanis swept up in the U.S. and Pakistan’s “War on Terror”—in 15 scenes.
Some Pakistanis have begun blaming Afghan immigrants for bringing “their” war into Pakistan—one Afghan baker’s story of harassment, corruption, and exile.