Columns

Could the vote to leave the EU take us back to the dark days of the 70s, where racism was acceptable?

Tanushka Marah

Basmane is no longer a pit stop for Syrian refugees: it's become a home

Heaven Crawley
Gokay Ozerim

As Bahrain's government continues crackdown on dissent, amid allied silence, Iran is throwing Bahraini Shias a punctured lifeboat

Sharif Nashashibi

I believe that the restoration of democracy and prosperity to Europe can make the entire continent a freer, better and more stable place

Peter Oborne

Two weeks since the disappearance of Sunni men from Anbar, it seems gangsterism continues to thrive in the ranks of Iraq's Shia militias

Nazli Tarzi

The scandal of banking exclusion shows once again how it's one law for the rich and powerful and another for ordinary Muslims

Peter Oborne

What we should seek to attain in the Muslim world is a neutral, non-interventionist state that manages differences within society

Soumaya Ghannoushi

When it comes to the 2003 US-led Iraq invasion, the British establishment have conveniently and repeatedly asked the wrong questions

Ian Sinclair

The timing of Brexit referendum could not be worse from the EU’s perspective

Taha Ozhan

Jo Cox believed in a better world and fought for it every day of her life with an energy, and zest for life that would exhaust most people

Scott Lucas