Columns

Saudi plans to spend $50 billion on renewables over the next six years with the target of producing 30 percent of the country’s electricity from renewables by 2030

Kieran Cooke

The former Iraqi prime minister was in Moscow seeking stronger ties to Putin with an eye firmly on taking back the premiership in 2018

Yury Barmin

The failure of the British government to prosecute crimes of aggression undermines the rule of law, setting an example to the rest of the world that states can wage aggressive war with impunity

Michael Mansfield and Antonia Benfield

Foreign reporters are remarkable in their ability to find Hezbollah fighters willing to talk anonymously. But how seriously should we take these claims?

Peter Speetjens

It was only a matter of time before Iran’s missile programme would emerge as a flashpoint in US-Iran relations deeper than the nuclear crisis

Shahir Shahidsaless

When it comes to America's sensational narco-demonisation of Hezbollah in the interest of both financial and physical war, the hypocrisy is clear as day

Belen Fernandez

We have found a turning point in our struggle: it's time to let go of the factionalism that has divided our movement and replicate the unity we have had at Al-Aqsa

Dr Inas Abbad

An honest admission of the links between the violent and divisive narratives found within Islamic tradition and the attraction of groups like IS is overlooked by Peter Oborne

Philip Wood

Mohammed bin Salman's restructuring of the three branches of the Saudi armed forces is necessary and beneficial for the kingdom

Ahmad Salah El Din

As Hezbollah closes in on the Islamic State in Arsal, the group appears days away from controlling a significant expanse that will give it incomparable leverage in Syria

Mona Alami