The US attempt to focus on a single goal in Syria, namely Daesh, has served as fuel for other conflicts in the region and compromised Turkey's internal security.
Hamza Yusuf and Abdullah Bin Bayyah are playing a major role in legitimising the UAE's actions around the world. What's behind the scholar and his student, and should they be held to a higher standard?
Peace in Yemen might be a far cry but at no time has it come closer than it is right now over the past 6 years.
The first Palestinian-American to serve in US Congress has pledged to show her fellow members the state of Israel’s oppression of Palestinians by taking them on a trip to the occupied West Bank.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has the momentum to strengthen Ethiopia's democratic institutions and restore trust in the system. The trick is to turn this goodwill into tangible policy change.
A string of killings across the Arab world should be bigger news and a sign that a lot more needs to be done to protect women who don't conform to narrow expectations.
With the world's largest amount of malnourished children, can India come to grips with its problem?
The G20 summit has brought global leaders together but can it fix global issues?
The death of George Bush Senior will be remembered mostly for the wars he caused and the destruction he visited upon the Middle East. In America, the whitewhashing begins.
Saudi Arabia's MBS is attempting to resuscitate his career by publicly mixing with foreign leaders, but it may be too late.
Nepal is a staging ground for China and India's military dominance of South Asia. So what role can Nepal play as it is stuck between a rock and a hard place?
Xenophobic far-right leaders like Tommy Robinson are radicalising scores of British youth, and the media in the UK is more than happy to provide him with a platform to do so.
Could the opening of the Kartarpur Crossing, to facilitate the Sikh community on both sides of the Pakistan-India border, be a step towards talks or initiating a peace process? The Indian media and the Indian government are not interested.
Iran and the US have used Iraq as a staging ground for influence in the region, but the reality of the Iraqi political system is now showing the Americans the door.
Raed Fares' protest placards and art helped project the cause of the Syrian revolutionaries to the world. He was murdered last week after escaping several attempts on his life since the beginning of the Syrian revolution in 2011.
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