Columns

The Khashoggi case has illustrated that the US and other Western countries must reassess their allies in the region and stop enabling despots over real, elected leaders

Zeynep Koç

By signing up to serve in the Israeli army and settling on Palestinian land, French citizens have been contributing to ongoing violations of international law

Hanine Hassan

A small army of advocates has argued that, without the crown prince, the kingdom - and the region - risks major instability. Surely, it's the other way round

David Hearst

For many Western governments today, the thought of Arabia without Sultans is unthinkable, yet business as usual, following Khashoggi's murder, is intolerable

Madawi Al-Rasheed

The UK government is ignoring a UN ruling that determined the Wikileaks founder was being held in ‘arbitrary detention’ at the Ecuadorian embassy

Mark Curtis

Enamoured Western media coverage catapulted 'Crown Prince charming' and other notorious regional human rights abusers into the role of 'modernising reformers'

Belen Fernandez

Western countries supported the military coup in Egypt and chose not to intervene in Syria. Are they about to fail another test of humanity?

Yehia Hamed

Nothing has put the relationship between Washington and Riyadh to the test like the Khashoggi affair

Andreas Krieg

Despite the bloody fallout, all indications point to the continued momentum of the Palestinian protest movement

Ahmed Abu Artema

Mounting pressure on Saudi Arabia over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi might account for Mohammed bin Zayed's decision to cancel Paris visit

Adlene Mohammedi