Columns

Saudi Arabia's crown prince is determined to eliminate dissent before it becomes too political

Madawi Al-Rasheed

Pompeo's demands on Iran post-deal have been described as 'a pipe dream', so why is the US secretary so desperate to fulfil them?

Shahir Shahidsaless

Protesters from across Gaza participated in the Great March of Return but Israel looks to win the PR war by branding them all 'terrorists'

Muhammad Shehada

Moscow intends to preserve its standing and military gains in Syria as the confrontation between Iran and Israel continues

Yury Barmin

In reality, Washington has been this crisis's centre of gravity from the beginning

Andreas Krieg

Global actors must urgently provide assistance as the war-torn country grapples with a shattered healthcare system

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey

Conflict and chaos could come from the nature of evangelical beliefs and the influence they have over the US president

Morgan Strong

With national politics hard to break into, Tunisia's young activists are going local

Julian Weinberg

Obama wanted to end his presidency on a positive note, but it was only a matter of time before a subsequent administration aimed to curb Iran’s regional expansion

Mustafa Salama

For decades, Bernard Lewis, who has just died, provided the intellectual and moral justification for bigotry and war in the Middle East

Peter Oborne