Columns

New ‘Jewish nation-state’ law, which legalises the country’s apartheid regime, could spur fresh conflict

Taha Ozhan

While both states can posture domestically, the incident highlights Ottawa's clunky foreign policy and further damages Riyadh's international reputation

Michael Stephens

Moroccan citizens are questioning both the failed democratic process and the growing inequality gap

Reda Zaireg

On 29 July, the Israeli Navy stormed the Freedom Flotilla boat al-Awda and diverted it from Gaza to Israel. Dr Ang Swee Chai, medical doctor on board, recalls what happened that night

Swee Chai Ang

As the winner of the recent election prepares to take office, the country is effectively caught in a tug of war between Tehran and Riyadh

Suddaf Chaudry

Any concession to Trump that would hint of Iranian submission – even if only symbolic - would be treated as capitulation in Iran

Trita Parsi

It is time to leverage the existential anxiety that lies behind Israel's new nation-state law, and to demand equal rights for everyone in the country

Ghada Karmi

Bannon's strategy aims to destroy the EU from within by electing MEPs who will advance far right populism. An anti-fascist movement must be built from the ground up to defeat him

Malia Bouattia

For Palestinians and their supporters, a definition of anti-Semitism cannot be disconnected from the history and nature of Israel's founding and ongoing policies

Ben White

As each day passes, the humanitarian and environmental situation in Gaza becomes ever more desperate

Kieran Cooke