Ismail Einashe

Ismail is a British-Somali journalist. He has written for The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The New York Times, Prospect, The Atlantic, NPR and The Nation, among other places. He is an Ochberg Fellow at the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University Journalism School and an associate at the Cambridge Migration Research Network (CAMMIGRES).
Ismail Einashe
Ismail is a British-Somali journalist. He has written for The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The New York Times, Prospect, The Atlantic, NPR and The Nation, among other places. He is an Ochberg Fellow at the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University Journalism School and an associate at the Cambridge Migration Research Network (CAMMIGRES).

Latest from Ismail Einashe

How 10 Asian shopkeepers took on the Sicilian mafia in Palermo and rebuilt their neighbourhood

After mafioso Emanuele Rubino shot a Gambian immigrant in the head, the Bengali shopkeepers refused to pay extortion money. Despite numerous threats, they refused to bow down, seeking legal recourse through the courts.

15 Jan 2019 - 12:53PM

After mafioso Emanuele Rubino shot a Gambian immigrant in the head, the Bengali shopkeepers refused to pay extortion money. Despite numerous threats, they refused to bow down, seeking legal recourse through the courts.

How 10 Asian shopkeepers took on the Sicilian mafia in Palermo and rebuilt their neighbourhood
How Mandarin is conquering Africa via Confucius Institutes and giving China a soft-power advantage

Already Africa’s most important economic partner, China is also leaving a cultural footprint across the continent with more than 50 Confucius Institutes teaching Mandarin to students eager to get jobs at Chinese companies

24 May 2018 - 12:51PM

Already Africa’s most important economic partner, China is also leaving a cultural footprint across the continent with more than 50 Confucius Institutes teaching Mandarin to students eager to get jobs at Chinese companies

How Mandarin is conquering Africa via Confucius Institutes and giving China a soft-power advantage