Columns

It may not take the Saudis long before they see the Israeli flag hoisted on a rooftop in Riyadh

Azzam Tamimi

Russia's less-friendly attitude toward Syrian Kurds is an effort to pull the SDF into its orbit and out of its alliance with the US

Alexander Schinis

With no central government and its own crises, Libya is ill-equipped to deal with an influx of returned migrants requiring shelter

Guma el-Gamaty

By adopting this flawed version of the law, the Lebanese authorities have decided to ignore the recommendations issued by the UN Committee Against Torture

Ines Osman

Saudi Arabia apparently wants Israel to fight its war with Hezbollah. Some in Israel also think the time has come. But the risks still appear excessive

Meron Rapoport

The recent 'spying' charges against Ali Salman are a sign of the vindictive nature of a regime and a ruling family that has systematically constructed a police state in Bahrain

Bill Law

The Western commentariat's favourable reviews of Mohammed Bin Salman gloss over Saudi government brutality

Gregory Shupak

A study of the Twitter accounts of some British diplomats across the Middle East reveals that UK ambassadors care very deeply about human rights - but only when alleged abuses are carried out by our enemies

Peter Oborne

A recent report in Haaretz paints a picture of Gazans as dehumanised, but denies a voice to Palestinians surviving an Israeli siege that the reporter fails to even acknowledge

Nada Elia

Globalisation has fuelled racial and religious tensions. As thousands of nationalists and far right groups marched through Warsaw last week, its clear that fear and hate of Muslims is growing

CJ Werleman