Columns

Despite fiery verbal posturing, in practice, Iran’s reactions to hostile actions by its adversaries have been calculated, cautious and patient

Shahir Shahidsaless

Egypt is a repressive dictatorship with a terrible human rights record - British holidaymakers should steer clear of it this winter

James Brownsell

Planned strike will bring together Palestinians on both sides of the Green Line amid ongoing fragmentation

Awad Abdelfattah

After months of endless media stories about anti-Semitism in the party, when Jews who support Palestinian rights are targeted by a bomb threat during Labour conference, it ought to be big news

Joe Gill

Idlib province's Sinjar had its school shut down by al-Qaeda-linked rebels. Now its children are flooding back to classrooms

Peter Oborne

The US president's rejection of globalism and acceptance of supremacist nationalism could activate global economic fault lines

Taha Ozhan

A spate of high-profile military sackings over the summer has everyone talking - and guessing

Adlène Meddi

The Turkish president managed to visit Berlin without changing his general position and policies

Osman Sert

Israel has expanded the reach of its cultural theft beyond the historic borders of Palestine, to various Arab countries around it

Nada Elia

For the first time in their modern relations, neither Iran nor Saudi Arabia have a political pawn in Islamabad that they can manipulate

Kamal Alam