The Middle East in London Magazine
The Middle East in London is a bimonthly magazine published by the London Middle East Institute. Each issue is organised around a central theme related to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and the variety of themes is constantly growing. From issues focussing on particular countries (Iraq, Turkey, Palestine) to those spotlighting topics such as oil, contemporary art, the environment and minorities, the magazine endeavours to offer its readers articles that are thought-provoking and fresh; it is not a news publication. The works of contemporary Middle Eastern artists are often featured on the cover and inside the magazine, familiarising readers with MENA’s art scene and adding additional layers of depth to issue themes and individual articles.
Reviews of books, events, films, restaurants, etc. related to the Middle East can also be found inside the pages of The Middle East in London, along with a comprehensive guide to events pertaining to MENA happening in and around London.
Youth Precarity in MENA
♦ MENA youth and the need for a political economy approach ♦ (Arab) Youth, a versatile government category? ♦ Middle East youth as 'the Precariat'? ♦ Youth in the southern and eastern Mediterranean ♦ Securitising youth migration to the EU and the Gulf ♦ Youth prospects in Lebanon ♦ The curious blend of youth participation and distrust in institutions ♦ The unfinished story of youth precarity and struggle in Greece ♦ PLUS Reviews and events in London