Columns

The UK wants to know how to deal with terrorism in the Middle East: they should stop fuelling and participating in it

David Wearing

Propped up by a cohort of tyrants and Western powers, Egypt is far from becoming the promised haven of democracy, stability and prosperity

Rania Al Malky

Sisi has enjoyed political support and funding from foreign backers, but an endless crackdown is neither working nor tolerable long-term

Sharif Nashashibi

Egypt’s anti-Morsi opposition chose to ignore warnings about the dangers of bypassing democracy - they, and all Egyptians, are now reaping the fruits of that choice

Mohamad Elmasry

Despite engaging with Iran on the nuclear issue, Obama continues to push the contradictory narrative that Tehran poses a threat to regional stability

David Morrison and Peter Oborne

A new report on British arms dealings with Israel has laid bare the UK government's worthless arms export control regime

David Wearing

Fatuous claims about Israel having the most 'moral army' in the world ignore the fact that it kills civilians at a similar rate to Boko Haram

CJ Werleman

Wednesday’s violence against Brotherhood members could prompt the MB to abandon peaceful resistance altogether

Mohamad Elmasry

By tarring all Islamists with the same brush, Cameron is alienating crucial allies in the fight against IS

Peter Oborne

Sisi has yet to make his biggest mistake, which would be to carry out the death sentence on Morsi

David Hearst