Columns

Being stopped by the police under Schedule 7 has become a matter of routine for many of Britain's Muslim travellers

Moazzam Begg

If Saudi had backed elections after the Arab Spring instead of counter-revolutions, it would not be forced to pay Trump blood money now

David Hearst

Openly supporting oppressors and speaking at inappropriate locations, Trump's first foreign visit heralds a return of US diplomacy to dark days

Richard Silverstein

The Donald begins his search for the next FBI director

Katie Miranda

A highly publicised meeting in Abu Dhabi is the beginning of a new strategy from Haftar, one that doesn’t necessarily end with peace

Mattia Toaldo

When it comes to Iran's foreign policy, the president is not a powerless puppet. The winner of Friday's election will be instrumental in shaping it

Maysam Behravesh

If implemented, deal between the Al-Muatasim Brigade and Syrian Democratic Forces would allow tens of thousands of Syrians to return home

Haid Haid

It started under Obama. Now Trump continues selling weapons to Gulf countries, signalling repression can - and will - go unchecked

Kristina Bogos

For decades, the US has pumped money into Egypt to the detriment of democracy. Trump's administration will be no different.

Muhammad Mansour

Arabs must stop waiting for Egypt, rid themselves of this irrational nostalgia for its past role and start looking towards the future

Basheer Nafi