Columns

Britain's Brexit-induced crisis is mirrored over the Channel with populist forces threatening political establishments across the EU

David Hearst

Erdogan had left the Iraqi people to fend for themselves as Turkey profits from Iraq's natural resources and assists in the division of their country

Tallha Abdulrazaq

The lack of water in the occupied Palestinian territories is not a technical problem, but rather a 'politically generated drought'

Clara Skupien

The reality, never accepted by the Leave campaign, is that isolating the UK from the EU will do very little to stop UK-bound illegal immigration

Omair Anas

Rafsanjani is the highest-ranking cleric in Iran’s political panorama – even superior to President Rouhani – advocating rapprochement with the US

Kourosh Ziabari

Turkey's president has warned that if Europe does not honour its part of the refugee deal, the Turkish parliament will not ratify it

Baher Kamal

It is notable that this latest phase of Palestinian national struggle is being waged nonviolently

Richard Falk

Britain is all at sea on its own without a rudder or a compass. In effect it has no clear foreign policy and will take years to develop a new one. Like everyone else the Middle East will have to watch and wait

Chris Doyle

The EU has fast become a symbol for the far right to 'take back control'. Is this the first of many steps backwards to the days of overt racism?

Tanushka Marah

Basmane is no longer a pit-stop for Syrian refugees: it's become a home

Heaven Crawley
Gokay Ozerim