Turkey and Armenia are backing rival films on the Anatolia crisis of 1915 - with inevitable claims and counter claims of dirty tricks and manipulation

Columns

Until Libyan parties compromise and countries stop interfering, the UN's help remains only as good as the nations that make it up

Guma el-Gamaty

It took two years, hundreds of people and thousands of tweets to get my brother, Mohamed, out of prison. This is how we did it

Hanaa Soltan

Since 2001, senior Pentagon and CIA officials have sacrificed American interests in weakening al-Qaeda to pursue their own interests

Gareth Porter

Efforts so far to secure a new electoral law have been fruitless - and worse, lead only to the death of Lebanon's already ailing democracy

Makram Rabah

Army commander's proposed modernisation programme would have significant repercussion for Iran's domestic and foreign policies

Mahan Abedin

The Emiratis are playing hardball with high-tech weaponry and guns for hire. In a region already in turmoil, that's a dangerous game to play

Bill Law

Why isn't the UK doing more to help free dual nationals such as Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe from Iran's prisons?

Sophia Akram