Articles by Sameer Rahim
An unhinged American threatens the planet's safety? Surely only in fiction...
Sameer Rahim / March 1, 2016
The award-winning author speaks to Sameer Rahim about his mental health struggle
The Man Booker shortlisted author says the boundaries of African nations are arbitrary
The answer from an expert panel was yes, no and maybe
Sameer Rahim / February 22, 2016
The boundaries of the religion are wider than is often thought
Sameer Rahim / February 12, 2016
The London mayoral hopeful also expresses support for Russian airstrikes in Syria
Whit Stillman's The Last Days of Disco is a moral comedy set in a hedonistic world
Christianity's supremacy is being challenged by secularism—and other faiths
Book Review: The Love of Strangers, What Six Muslim Students Learned in Jane Austen's London by Nile Green
Sameer Rahim / January 21, 2016
Princeton, £24.95 Last year’s nuclear deal raised hopes of renewed cultural exchange between Iran and the west. As a historical model, we could do worse than look at what happened after the...