Tallha Abdulrazaq is an award-winning academic and writer, with a specialism in Middle Eastern strategic and security affairs.
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.
What the Saudis feared most in Jamal Khashoggi is now becoming a movement.
Palestine has once again displayed the limitations of Arab and Islamic political organisations and their impotence in resolving any problems faced by Muslims around the world.
Israel's opposition to selling American F-35s to the UAE is the first blow to any Emirati notions of preferential treatment.
The clandestine relationship between the UAE and Israel was the Middle East's worst kept secret for years. Now that it is in the open Palestinians have a clearer idea of who their allies are.
Having been under blockade for more than three years by its Gulf neighbours, Doha is in no position to completely sever its ties with Iran yet.
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