Gilles Peterson discusses a new book he helped co-edit about Cuban record sleeve design, which traces a musical form in constant revolution.
Five months ago, the people of Armenia ousted their Prime Minister in a peaceful revolution – but the future isn't as bright as it promised to be.
In the turmoil and uncertainty of post-revolution Egypt, local journalist Mohannad Sabry meets two men on the brink of a big decision: should they stay in their home country, or take flight?
Photographer Shawkan remains in jail, three years after covering a Cairo demonstration. A new exhibition of his work is applying pressure for his release.
A new wave of consciousness is sweeping the streets of Cairo, fuelled by fireworks and electro beats.
The defiant flames of the Arab Spring are still burning in Beirut, thanks to The Outpost: an independent magazine that believes change is always possible.
Author and playwright Lasha Bugadze explains how Georgia’s post-Soviet generation of artists are battling for freedom and democracy.
He may absorb most of the spotlight, but the real lesson of the revolution comes from the people on the ground.
Documentary Point and Shoot reveals Matt VanDyke’s incredible 35,000 mile motorbike journey through the Middle East.
Egypt’s 2011 revolution filled the streets with colour, but now the new regime is stamping out creative resistance.
Huck pays tribute to an African soul rebel and offers you the chance to win a copy of Alex Gibney’s new Fela Kuti documentary.