Columns

The film highlights the huge issues which endanger Saudi Arabia's survival over the medium term

Peter Oborne

In the film Lebanese are depicted as ever benevolent, while the Palestinians are aggressive and entitled

Fadia Elia

Sara Khan's appointment as the UK's counter-extremism chief is symbolic of how the problem of radicalisation is ultimately addressed by the state

Tahir Abbas

Milos Zeman, who hopes to be reelected in the second round of voting, has a long history of making inflammatory comments on the Middle East

David Cronin

What Sisi has done to rival factions in the army is not a recipe for a long and peaceful life, even in retirement

David Hearst

The human rights group pulled the plug on an event organised by the Jewish Leadership Council after concerns were raised both externally and within the organisation

Ben White

Concerts may become the future battleground over which Saudis will learn how to organise mass protest that will eventually undermine Mohammed Bin Salman's vision

Madawi Al-Rasheed

Attempts by Sami Anan and Ahmed Shafiq to enter the election race are a clear indication of rising concerns about Sisi within ruling elite circles

Basheer Nafi

Turkey does not seem to have a political strategy for the operation in Afrin which can jeopardise any military gains it might achieve

Galip Dalay

We should not assume that everything the Israelis earn from their acts of colonisation of Palestinians is profit and privilege

Marcelo Svirsky