Columns

Saudi women need a political solution that guarantees their safely rather than simply a state that allows them to attend football matches, circuses and cinemas

Madawi al-Rasheed

JT Rogers' script hinges on the viewpoint of Northern European outsiders and is infected with covert racism against Palestinians

Nada Elia

Most Western commentators still refuse to recognise Palestinians in Israel as subjugated by the same colonialist regime that oppresses people in the West Bank and Gaza

Awad Abdelfattah

It is time for Libya’s factions to return to their own negotiations and reject the destructive interference of foreign powers

Dan Glazebrook

Farmers represent resistance but they are being crushed by Israeli colonialism and the PA's neoliberalism

Alaa Tartir

The zombie manoeuvres of the past 20 or more years with continued advocacy of long-moribund two-state negotiations must end: the only question is what kind of one state will emerge - secular or apartheid

Richard Falk

Institutionalised Islamophobia has contributed to hate crimes, discrimination and the exclusion of Muslims from political spaces

Arzu Merali

As the country recovers from the IS invasion and grapples with domestic unrest, another year of instability and uncertainty looms

Tanya Goudsouzian

Turkey’s March elections have pushed themselves to the top of the country’s political agenda - and with the economy on the slide, the ruling AKP is preparing to fight a tough campaign

David Barchard

Recent violence marks a serious shift in the country's wave of social unrest, sparked by economic and political concerns

Mohammad Ayesh