With international funding for refugees in short supply, Jordan keeps its borders closed and seeks stability

Mohammad Ayesh

For decades, Yemen has rarely been left alone, with anything other than total subordination to global capital met with aggressive hostility from the West

Dan Glazebrook

A joint bid would allow Maghreb countries to spread the costs for infrastructure investments and boost regional cooperation

Max Gallien

The violence and political power play in Daraa is emblematic of the Syrian people's struggle for dignity and freedom

Nadine Almanasfi

British foreign policy has partly helped turn Libya and Syria into training and facilitation hubs for militants who conducted numerous atrocities across Europe

Mark Curtis

Five years since the military coup, Egypt's president has shut down all opposition forces, but the crisis the country faces has deepened

Taqadum al-Khatib

The use of aid to whitewash Israel's record of occupation and human rights violations is not new

Abir Kopty

It is time US administration understands that Palestinians will not sell their legitimate political rights for 30 pieces of silver

Marco Carnelos

The US president has gone out of his way to undermine pre-existing peace initiatives, along with global democratic norms and institutions

CJ Werleman

A new compilation of analysis looks at some of the toughest questions on the conflict, and what may be possible amid the current facts on the ground

Sophia Akram