Perspectives

Perspectives
Aside from his brutal history of using torture, Interpol's new president Major General Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi will ensure Interpol becomes a tool for authoritarian rulers and legitimise the abuse of 'red notices', writes Anthony Harwood.
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The Biden administration's reluctance to reopen the US consulate in Jerusalem is basically a de facto recognition in favour of Israel's system of military and apartheid rule over the Palestinians, writes Ali Adam.
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Opinion: International normalisation of Israel's occupation and settler-colonialism in Palestine has a shelf life, even if the US-led world order chooses to do nothing, writes Jordan's ex-UN envoy Hasan Abu Nimah.

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Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi's presidential bid is dangerous for Libya's future, and the last thing the country deserves after a decade of fighting and political impasse, writes Mustafa El Sagezli.
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The trials of Rittenhouse and the McMichaels should have represented a watershed moment in US history, yet they simply reflect how the entire US system remains steeped in systemic racism with no serious drive to change, writes Richard Sudan.
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Opinion: Seeking legitimacy through grandiosity, Egypt's military rulers led by President Sisi have been staging epic neo-Pharaonic displays, but this has dark roots linked to European fascism and 20th-century revisionism, writes Kyle J. Anderson
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Opinion: The Jewish community in France is divided over the upcoming presidential bid of Eric Zemmour, with many hoping that his bigotry will fail him
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South Africa's boycotting of Miss Universe in Israel, though a small act of solidarity with Palestinians, is a refreshing form of bravery, writes Nyasha Bhobo.
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Sudan's internet blackout is part of a larger global trend in which numerous governments are embracing the extreme tactic of internet shutdowns, writes Jillian C. York.
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The opposition to the recent coup in Sudan illustrates public rejection of military dictatorship. However, more international support is critical to the country's return to democracy and its chance for success, writes Ishac Diwan and Ibrahim Elbadawi