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In-depth: Despite his early pro-Palestine rhetoric, since Kais Saied's power grab a year ago there have been signs that normalisation with Israel is under consideration. Algeria is watching these developments with unease.
In-depth: India's Adani-led consortium, which has close ties to Prime Minister Modi, has bought Israel's second largest port. While the acquisition will boost bilateral ties, New Delhi is also seeking better regional economic relations.
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States of Journalism: The framing, sourcing, selection of facts, and language choices used to report on Palestine in the Western media often reveal systematic biases which distort the Palestinian struggle.
In-depth: Once gateways to the world, the ruins of disused and bombed-out airports are ever-present symbols of Palestine's hopes for freedom from Israeli occupation.
In-depth: Decades after Kach's founding and Rabbi Meir Kahane's death, the radical Jewish supremacist movement may be even more influential today than during its inception.
In-depth: Plagued by controversies as foreign minister, Boris Johnson's policies in the Middle East as PM led to a shoring up of Gulf ties, including arms sales, and a hardened pro-Israel stance.
In-depth: In the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh, there is a precedent to investigate the death of an American journalist abroad. But when it comes to Israel, a key US ally, the political will for justice and accountability is lacking.
In-depth: The proliferation of domestic drone production in the region has changed the geopolitical landscape and reengineered battlefield dynamics, but with potentially destabilising consequences.
In-depth: This Ramadan, as Palestinians gather to break their fasts and celebrate the holy month, Jerusalem’s Damascus Gate has become the centre of Israeli violence against Palestinians once again.