Tallha Abdulrazaq is an award-winning academic and writer, with a specialism in Middle Eastern strategic and security affairs.
An entire generation of Iraqis have been robbed of their childhoods and those responsible for the devastation will never face accountability.
For a brief moment, ordinary Iraqi's experienced what it feels like to have politicians on their best behaviour. That was a week ago, and the Pope and the world's attention are no longer there.
Even though international law acknowledges that states are each other’s equals, the reality is some states are more equal than others.
After years of easy access to the White House, the Saudi Crown Prince gets a taste of being locked out of power.
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Does Brett McGurk’s appointment mean that the US policy of threatening friends and placating terrorists will return under a Biden administration?
Iran can capitalise on Soleimani's legacy in the short-term, but the Islamic republic has no replacement on the horizon.
Khabib makes for an ideal role model, at the perfect time.
There is nothing surprising about Trump’s pardoning of war criminals in a system that is in perpetual denial about its atrocities.
If the Obama administration is anything to go by, Joe Biden will be bringing a lot of baggage to the Middle East.
Khabib Nurmagomedov is one of the great champions whose glory all Muslims enjoy sharing.
US drone strikes have been a deadly reminder to Iran that they cannot push the US too far in Iraq.
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