A recent letter advocating violence against Muslims delivered a chilling message to the community, yet the government remained silent

Arzu Merali

The Egyptian president is a captured beast caught in a barbed web of his own lies, with no real endgame in sight

Rania Al Malky

Putin's annual state of the nation address, highlighting advances in ballistic missile technology, seeks to impact Russian elections and the Syrian war

Ibrahim Al-Marashi

Despite its shortcomings in directly upholding peace and justice, the UN is on balance a vital force with respect to conflict and peacekeeping

Richard Falk

In the four-month period from 1 July to 30 October 2017, Israel violated Lebanon’s airspace 758 times for a total of 3,188 hours

David Morrison

An intricate web of neocons uniting Israel lobbyists with Arab Gulf state surrogates has created a powerful echo chamber that neither Republicans nor the White House can ignore

Andreas Krieg

Putting pressure on prominent public figures to retract their criticism of the apartheid Israeli state is a tactic that reveals its undeniable weakness

CJ Werleman

Instead of the big schemes, the government should pour more investments into basic infrastructure and services to close the social divide

Kieran Cooke

Under bin Salman's leadership, Saudi has become a source of regional instability and could easily become the next state in the Middle East to unravel

David Hearst

Governments in countries such as Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and Syria must eliminate discriminatory legislation that allows only fathers to pass on citizenship to their children

Nadine Sayegh