Tallha Abdulrazaq is an award-winning academic and writer, with a specialism in Middle Eastern strategic and security affairs.
Iraqis are still paying the price for Saddam Hussain's catastrophic decision in 1990.
Given its pivotal role in promising Palestine to the Zionist movement while it was already inhabited by Palestinian Arabs, the British government has a special responsibility to address the suffering caused by the decision
The beheadings, sexual violence, torture and militant secularism of colonial France draws a contemporary parallel.
Egypt has numbers but it can't sustain a war, even with the help of Gulf funding.
While US sanctions don't translate to accountability, it will draw blood from the Syrian regime.
Mustafa al Kazimi will have to pick a side if he wants to enact meaningful change.
Iran's actions don't show the same solidarity that Quds Day signifies.
In the midst of fighting a pandemic and dealing with US sanctions, Iran has launched a military satellite to showcase its technological advancement.
Turkey has come to the aid of several nations without letting politics and previous mistreatment get in the way of their goodwill.
Numerous reports and local health experts have warned that Iraq's Covid-19 numbers are not genuine.
Will we see a new cold war emerge?
The US strikes that target Shia militias actually target a branch of the Iraqi Army.
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