The Taliban doesn't have the capacity or capabilities to retain the territories it captures. However, Afghanistan could be headed towards a military impasse that will either force the parties to find a political solution or drag it to a civil war.
Not only is the competition a patriarchal relic of the past, the venue for this year's pageant is a stark reminder of the Israeli occupation.
As the US reduces its presence in the Middle East, the future of the terror group becomes more uncertain.
The US-led invasion created the destruction that paved the way for Iraq’s looting. Without political stability, the future of Iraq — and the artefacts — remain endangered.
On the 22nd anniversary of the enthronement of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, H.E. Amb. Mohammed Ali Lazerq of Morocco to Turkey reflects on Turkish-Moroccan relations and the strides taken by the Kingdom under the leadership of King Mohammed VI.
Studying racism should be a communal venture into exploring difficult pasts and unexpected connections.
The real target for the UAE and its media is Tunisia's democratic path, and the liberties Tunisian citizens have gained in the past few years.
After the First Gulf War, coordination between Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Syria played a key stabilising and mediating role in the region. Today, Turkey can fill the gap left by Damascus.
Rolling back democracy won’t remove the desire for freedom in the Arab world.
While a local peace proposal is ideal, realities on the ground demand that the parties avoid further bloodshed and meet halfway through a political settlement.
Mismanagement of natural resources and poor policymaking and implementation has led to the water shortages — and confrontations — of today.
Yesterday's 'coup' has raised serious questions about the country sliding back into the era of strongman rule, away from the democratic ideals espoused by the 2011 Jasmine Revolution.
After months of wrangling the French parliament passes a draconian piece of legislation that many see as targeting the county's Muslim community.
Afghans have undergone decades of war forcing millions to flee the country. Despite the volatile situation in Afghanistan, the European Union regularly deports refugees back ‘home’ or to third countries.
Norway’s women’s beach handball team being fined for wearing shorts instead of bikinis is the latest example of sexism in sport. But the lack of outrage for Muslim and racialised female atheltes should not escape us.
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