Tanya Goudsouzian is a writer and editor based in Doha. Follow her on Twitter: @tgoudsouzian
Comment: Two gruesome attacks shook Afghanistan this week, but even these horrific acts seem unlikely to mark a significant turning point in the stalled peace process, writes Tanya Goudsouzian.
Comment: The Taliban is hijacking the narrative during what should be a routine Afghan democratic exercise to elect a president, writes Tanya Goudsouzian.
Comment: Compared to the US' clunky and inconsistent rhetoric, Iran is playing a skilful hand, writes Tanya Goudsouzian.
Comment: Despite the hawks in his administration, Trump, and the American public have no appetite for war with Iran, writes Tanya Goudsouzian.
Comment: Zarif-gate, to paraphrase Shakespeare, is a tale 'full of sound and fury, signifying nothing', writes Tanya Goudsouzian
Comment: As many young Kurds mourn the loss of the independence dream, the economic situation continues to worsen, fuelling political instability, writes Tanya Goudsouzian.
A radio station in Iraq's Kurdistan region is tackling social and political issues and ruffling a few feathers along the way. Reporter Tanya Goudsouzian meets XFM.