Despite his catastrophic misjudgement on Iraq, Blair retains a strange superiority complex.
The UN will soon vote on Palestinian statehood – yet the
revolutions elsewhere in the region have
Israel is a young democracy surrounded by many hostile nations.
Want to know what will happen in the Arab world after the fall of despots such as Gaddafi and Mubara
There was a crackle of fire from an AK-47 and the rebel next to us fell down. He had been shot through the head and was dead before he hit the ground.
As the ruins of the twin towers still smouldered, the west plunged into a series of conflicts it could not win. Can it now confront its diminished place in the world?
The country's quick backing of the Libyan rebel council was the behaviour of a reliable internationa
Those who suggest Libya could be a template for intervention are deluded. War should be a last resort.
The war by Bashar al-Assad on the people of Syria has created a civil impasse, and could lead to all
Remarkable footage of the former Egyptian president being stretchered into the defendants’ cage.
A discriminatory law which bans Palestinians from joining spouses within Israel was extended without
"The Libyan people can be assured that we will remain on their side for as long as it takes."
“I’d have to be certifiably insane to deny the Holocaust”
The 2006 war left Israel feeling dangerously vulnerable, while Hezbollah’s leader in Lebanon vowed r
Since the US/UK invasion in 2001, 374 British service personnel have been killed in Afghanistan.
The Taliban are just one faction in a long civil war which, thanks to international intervention, se
East of the River Jordan, the defining geopolitical and religious schism in the Middle East pits Saudi Arabia against Iran.
The government is expected to announce that the war has cost £250m. Here are images of the conflict
In his third speech since protests began, the Syrian president failed to offer a scheduled programme
Questions have been raised about the identity of the Syrian blogger since news broke of her abductio
Living standards in the region must rise if the political momentum is to be kept up.
It is one year since the killing of a young Egyptian man helped trigger a revolution.
At least 20 anti-government demonstrators have been shot dead today in the southern city of Taiz.
Leaked report reveals major global banks held billions in Libyan assets.
Syria’s Chanel-clad first lady – rumoured to be hiding in London - has long played a double game.
The US Congress is so in thrall to the American Israel lobby AIPAC that it more of a hindrance than a help.
If Gaddafi is defeated, it will be through the kind of fighting now raging on the streets of Misurat