Columns

Tunisia has done well to weather the turbulence of the past six years - where does it go from here?

Soumaya Ghannoushi

Tunisia’s democratic transition released repressed extremist sentiments. But it also might tackle extremism's deeper sources

Tarek Kahlaoui

Obama may have delivered on some of his domestic policies, but in the eight years of his presidency what has he really done for the Middle East?

CJ Werleman

The Hill's opinion piece attacking the film star for her alleged conversion to Islam shows just how mainstream Islamophobia has become

Belen Fernandez

Trump is not just America's greatest nightmare, but the result of conditions created by Obama, Clinton, Blair and Cameron

David Hearst

Even if Trump keeps the nuclear deal, it's possible US sanctions could be imposed again, destroying the agreement at the worst time for Iran's economy

Shahir Shahidsaless

It took several rapid changes in the balance of power to bring the Syria crisis to this turning point. Now the hard work begins

Basheer Nafi

British government is yet to come clean about role in abductions and torture during 'War on Terror' but ruling is a step in the right direction

Moazzam Begg

The UK's collective silence and support for Bahrain's regime condones tyranny and allows a lone oasis of independent journalism to be crushed

Bill Law

The proposed changes will put the power of Turkey's legislative, executive and judicial powers all into the hands of one person

Muharrem Erkek