Caught between east and west, Izmir is a city of contradictions
The first Fatah congress for 20 years featured new faces, sore losers – and a very complicated elect
As Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is sworn in again as president amid
further protests, Juan Cole, one of the
At last I have made it back to Gaza to see my family, armed with supplies for my ailing mother. Now
The 44th president of the United States was elected amid hopes that he would roll back his country’s
Liberals call on Palestinians to revoke violence without asking the same of the Israeli occupiers. B
King Hussein and my father, Yitzhak Rabin, ended war between Jordan and Israel in 1994. Why can’t to
The Chilcot inquiry must lead a revolution in honesty and tell us how Britain and the US came to col
Appearing on a news channel owned by the mullahocracy is one way of fostering much-needed dialogue b
The signs after Barack Obama’s inauguration were all in favour of the pro-Israel lobby. But the signals of the past few weeks have caught Tel Aviv off guard.
Edward Platt, who reports on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for the <em>New Statesman</em>, talks
It was Alan Greenspan who first let slip. In 2007, to the great glee of the anti-war movement, the elder statesman of American finance recognised that the real motive for the Iraq War had little to do with weapons of mass destruction.
Washington must cut the umbilical cords that ties it to Tel Aviv. If it doesn’t, the conflict in the
As the latest inquiry into Israel’s war on Gaza hears the harrowing testimonies of Palestinian survi
As Iran’s mullahs continue to crack down on protesters, not to mention their wild-eyed rhetoric about “evil” Britain, they should pause to take note of how their riven country has reached the top of yet another unenviable international league table.
Journalist and broadcaster Maziar Bahari detained following the regime's crackdown in Tehran.
I’m guessing this is going to be complicated, right?
On the contrary, it’s really rather simple. The real ruler of Iran is called Ayatollah Ali Hosseini Khamenei.
1 Opinion polls showed that the leading opposition candidate, Mir Hossein Mousavi, had a strong lead over Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on the eve of the poll.
The Obama administration and the British government should be praised for the restraint they have sh
The Ba'athist old guard still hold sway in Damascus, cracking down with martial law. Yet younger Syr
Obama’s speech in Cairo on the Middle East peace process was seductive, but its content was immoral.
Representing Britain at this year’s Venice Biennale, Steve McQueen is an extravagant talent. And his
Obama went to Cairo to woo the Muslim world. But one lofty speech won’t stop America from being loat
Observations on Tony Blair and the Middle East
Rachel Aspden meets El Tanbura, an Egyptian group who are adapting folk traditions to the upheaval o