Sooner or later, Trump will discard his Gulf allies too

David Hearst

Russia and the US are reportedly angling to strike a deal at their upcoming summit in Helsinki

Shahir Shahidsaless

Israel preserved a tribal idea of citizenship that followers of Trump and Europe’s far-right now seek to emulate

Jonathan Cook

The traditional bond is weakening between Israel and the new generation of US Jews

Richard Silverstein

Palestinian children see the efforts put into the rescue of the Thai boys and wonder why nobody cares as much about them

Kamel Hawwash

Although the MEK has little verifiable presence inside Iran, authorities fear its organising potential, particularly if the US throws its full weight behind the group

Mahan Abedin

After a day of showy ceremonies to inaugurate Erdogan as Turkey’s first executive president, Turks are watching an unprecedented shakeup in their governmental system

David Barchard

Palestinian Catholic priest Manuel Musallam urges the Irish parliament to vote for a bill that would prohibit imports from illegal settlements in Occupied Palestinian Territories

Fr. Manuel Musallam

Does Britain's new foreign minister understand the Middle East? Certainly not - and his Foreign Office mandarins will like it that way

Peter Oborne

A year after the military defeat of Daesh in Mosul, the UK remains committed to Iraq's reconstruction

Alistair Burt