Columns

The World Humanitarian Summit process cost $40m to host, and only managed to raise an extra $145m for emergency aid

Rob Williams

The deals announced between Saudi Arabia and Egypt mark a sea change in Riyadh's approach to doing business with its Arab neighbours

Joseph Benzekri

Mending rifts within Yemen's divided nation can only be achieved by enhancing a sense of common national identity

Afrah Nasser

Even before Lieberman’s appointment, Israel did not hesitate to use criminal means against Palestinians

Tom Mehager

Building new prisons is the only business that Sisi’s regime perfects. Since the military coup, Sisi has built dozens of prisons to bury Egyptians alive

Ahmed al-Burai

Sections of the British public are ignorant of Turkey’s real condition and its contribution to European stability

David Barchard

Khan has courted Israel at the expense of the Palestinians, of whose cause his London voters have been increasingly supportive

Hafsa Kara-Mustapha

If Iranians do not perceptibly feel the impact of sanctions relief, the hardliners can easily manipulate next year’s vote to unseat Rouhani

Kourosh Ziabari

The history of the peoples of the new Middle East was subject to falsification. It is time to rebuild awareness of what actually took place

Basheer Nafi

The women at a hotel in Turkey who had my wife thrown out of the swimming pool were as intimidating and coercive as religious fanatics

Faisal Kutty