Articles by Stefan Simanowitz
On World Press Freedom Day, Amnesty International’s Stefan Simanowitz reports on why Turkish journalists need support.
The festival offers refugees and international guests excitement and windows into forgotten worlds, writes Stefan Simanowitz.
Stefan Simanowitz recalls the story of Reg Keys and a very special 2005 election campaign.
Recent coverage shows that lessons from Iraq have been forgotten, says Stefan Simanowitz.
Stefan Simanowitz reports from Baalbek and Tripoli on fears that life for locals and refugees will become less secure.
Ahead of this weekend’s talks between Iran and the P5 + 1 countries, Stefan Simanowitz intercepts a letter from George W. Bush to...
Chronic malnutrition fails to capture headlines, but is no less devastating for that, says Stefan Simanowitz.
On the eve of a ninth round of UN-sponsored negotiations, Stefan Simanowitz assesses the chances of a resolution of the conflict...
Despite being wanted by Interpol, the former Egyptian finance minister, Youssef Boutros-Ghali, is spotted at a lecture in London...
Stefan Simanowitz reports on the mood surrounding the elections in Cairo.
Stefan Simanowitz argues the IAEA's latest report, while increasing mutual distrust, is neither a smoking gun nor a game-changer.
Stefan Simanowitz spends a week with the protesters in New York.