Opinion

Opinion

The narrative battle between the pro-NATO and pro-Russia camps continues as the Russia-Ukraine war rages on. Each side argues that the other is being

Perspectives
Perspectives

As tensions continue to rise for Libya’s new unitary government, Moez Abeidi reflects on whether a federal governing system, once used to unite the

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Far from representing the interests and defending the rights of Palestinians, the PA’s engagement with Israel is nothing more than a desperate attempt

Opinion

Yemen marked 32 years of unification, but this was not a celebration for all. The southern separatist movement still remembers it as a bitter defeat

William Shawcross

When criticism mounted against the Prevent agenda, the government attempted to reinstate trust by arguing it would tackle far-right extremism, the

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Opinion

Revoking abortion as a constitutional right in the United States is a scary step for women, but to say it's a step toward the 'Sharia Supreme Court'

Tadamon massacre Op Ed graphic [Al-Araby Al-Jadeed]

On 27 April the Guardian reported the horrific massacre of 41 Syrian civilians in Tadamon, a Damascus neighbourhood. As Russian crimes in Ukraine

Ramadan explainer -- Getty

As Ramadan draws to an end, Razwan Faraz shares his reflections on the holy month, the lessons he learned about mental health, the habits he adopted

Opinion

The climate crisis is worsening, and whilst global leaders continue to fail us by choosing profit over protecting the planet, we must each take action