Columns

We in the comfort zone of the West should not cower and not give in to false accusations of anti-Semitism

Ilan Pappe

The Turkish prime minister gave tiny but clear indications that his own line on policy was more pro-Western than that of the presidential palace

David Barchard

The conclusion of parliamentary elections strengthens the hand of Rouhani but increases his dependence on Rafsanjani and the reformists

Mahan Abedin

People must take to the streets to tell the Russians and the Americans that they do not approve of the continuation of massacres in Syria

Basheer Nafi

Clearly, US Republican Party’s presidential candidate Donald Trump is imitating Israel - and even more clearly, Israel loves the compliment

CJ Werleman

To Syrians, Sanders’ ignorance of their plight doesn’t simply amount to misinformation - it amounts to a complete abandonment of their society

Jett Goldsmith

An Ankara suicide bomber could have easily written an op-ed for the New York Times since the NYT invited a PYD militant to write for it

Beybin Somuk

The economic revolution that Mohammed bin Salman has just unleashed, called Vision 2030, has no place for expat workers

Bill Law

Either the Houthis realise that this is as good as it is going to get, and the Yemeni government accept its time is up, or the fighting goes on

Nawal Al-Maghafi

The Iranian regional project is no longer just a geopolitical project but an ideological one too

Basheer Nafi