Columns

One of the best things about Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party has been his challenge to the failed British foreign policy establishment

Peter Oborne

Depriving Russia of success ranks far higher in the order of priorities of the US and UK than shortening the war in Syria

Peter Ford

Israel’s founding father David Ben-Gurion once said about the Palestinians: 'The old will die and the young will forget.' How wrong was he about the Palestinian people

Kamel Hawwash

Meddling by outside powers has never worked to the advantage of domestic dissidents seeking real change

Richard Silverstein

A total US funding cut would mean a serious reduction in services and the complete halt of many of the education and health programmes for Palestinian refugees

Yara Hawari

We should move beyond the dichotomy of temporariness versus permanence, and recognise that refugees in camps do engage in home-making-without-a-home

Natalia Paszkiewicz

Calling for elections in Libya in 2018 without addressing the underlying causes of violence and instability is effectively putting the horse before the cart

Guma el-Gamaty

Only a global solidarity movement, which mounts sufficient pressure on Israel, can create political traction for a secular state shared equally by Israelis and Palestinians

Richard Falk

The hate is partly fuelled by an irrational and exaggerated fear of an assumed, but nonexistent, monolithic Islam represented only by its most fanatical fringe

Faisal Kutty

The protests as they stand will not bring down President Rouhani, but if the poorest of the poor take to the streets then Iran itself could be in danger

Shahir Shahidsaless