By Nir Rosen - 21 March 15:57
President Ali Abdullah Saleh has played up the threat of al-Qaeda in Yemen to receive military aid f
By George Eaton - 21 March 15:06
Fox and Hague slapped down by the generals after suggesting that Gaddafi could be personally targete
By Duncan Robinson - 18 March 18:22
The <em>New Statesman</em> publishes the most powerful images from the protests and subsequent polic
By Duncan Robinson - 18 March 15:23
Government forces kill 30 and wound dozens after launching attack on anti-government protesters.
By Liam McLaughlin - 17 March 17:50
Despite nearly two months of protests, King Abdullah’s regime is clinging to the promise, but not ye
By Duncan Robinson - 15 March 15:07
The <em>Economist</em> has updated its index of unrest in the Arab world to include internet connect
By Ben White - 12 March 11:38
Binyamin Netanyahu’s proposals are likely to be nothing more than a rehash of approaches that have f
By Slavoj Zizek - 04 March 7:25
In East Jerusalem, vigilantes prowl, hunting for Jewish girls who consort with Arab men. Slavoj Žiže
By Liam McLaughlin - 03 March 16:32
Uprisings elsewhere in the region shouldn't blind us from the upheaval in Beirut.
By Lydia Ness - 03 March 11:27
From inside Libya
By Olivier Roy - 03 March 7:37
Ruling elites and religious reactionaries haven’t yet grasped that the restless young in the Middle
By Staff blogger - 03 March 7:26
A multilateral fund should be deployed to support economic development and civil society.
By James Preston - 25 February 11:31
Qatar and the United Arab Emirates may not be facing mass uprisings, but they are still feeling pres
By Staff blogger - 24 February 11:14
Cameron's support for reform was undermined by his defence of arms sales.
By John Pilger - 24 February 11:14
The people of Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, Algeria, Yemen, Jordan and Libya are rising up not only against their leaders, but also western economic tyranny.
By David Cameron - 23 February 9:33
"In short, reform – not repression – is the only way to maintain stability."
By Duncan Robinson - 22 February 11:26
A collection of the best writing and reporting on Libya.
By Susannah Butter - 21 February 13:09
Oil price reaches 2 and a half year high, as European companies evacuate expatriate staff from Libya
By Jon Bernstein - 17 February 14:58
On 19 November 1977, Egypt's then president, Anwar al-Sadat, became the first Arab leader to set foot on Israeli soil.
By James Purnell - 17 February 7:26
We must ignore the siren calls of fence-sitting cynics and forge a foreign policy based on our value
By Olivier Roy - 15 February 11:27
The uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia show that Islam is now less potent politically, even as its socia
By George Eaton - 11 February 16:08
Egyptian president leaves Cairo * Armed forces handed power.
By Staff blogger - 10 February 15:19
The uprisings in the Middle East are both momentous and revolutionary. It’s time for the west to acc
By Tariq Ramadan - 10 February 15:18
The Muslim Brotherhood is playing the long game.
By Lana Asfour - 10 February 15:18
Lana Asfour reports from Tunis, the city where it all began.
By John Pilger - 10 February 9:49
Western leaders should be quaking in their boots.
By Osama Diab - 07 February 12:08
If Mubarak’s security apparatus tightens its grip on power, Egypt will turn into a North Korean-styl