Opinion

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Opinion: A human rights-based investigation by an international body could be the only way Lebanese leaders are held accountable over the largest non

Perspectives
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Opinion: Despite its recent shift towards an anti-Palestinian position under new leadership, the UK Labour Party was never a friend to Palestinians

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Opinion: Easing sanctions on humanitarian grounds would go a long way to show the US is serious about returning to the JCPOA, writes Ryan Costello.

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Opinion: Kamal Abdul Latif discusses the Justice and Development Party's defeat in the context of Moroccan politics; where politicians unable to

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Opinion: BRICS has existed for 20 years, but what has it really achieved and can it do better? Jim O'Neill writes.

In Brief
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Opinion: Nabila Mounib's shock decision to withdraw the United Socialist Party from the Federation of the Democratic Left brought an end to hopes of a

In My Mother's Footsteps

This is an excerpt from Mona's book, which is released today.
In My Mother's Footsteps: A Palestinian Refugee Returns Home, Mona interweaves the

Ben & Jerry's ice cream is renowned for its solidarity with progressive causes but has been slow to support Palestine. [Getty]

Opinion: Ben & Jerry's decision to end sales in the Occupied Palestinian Territories is a welcome first step, but the real credit goes to BDS

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Opinion: Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal's interview on Al Arabiya - the Saudi news agency known for its anti-Hamas rhetoric - raised eyebrows and sparked