By Costica Bradatan - 17 September 10:51
A simple act of protest that can take on mythical proportions.
By New Statesman - 15 September 12:18
Workers in Khartoum and Tunis advised to leave.
By Toby Muse - 14 September 10:29
Toby Muse reports on the horrors caused by the constant shelling he experienced in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
By Mehdi Hasan - 13 September 12:00
The unrest in Bahrain is quietly ignored by our leaders and relegated by journalists to the box marked “news in brief”.
By Lucy Provan - 12 September 15:33
The reaction to a nonsensical and offensive film has sparked protests in Bengazi and Cairo.
By Catriona Luke - 07 September 12:49
The case of Rimsha Masih could be a watershed moment in the struggle for religious toleration.
By Sherard Cowper-Cowles - 06 September 7:29
It won’t be enough to say “All right, Hamid, you can take over” in 2014. We owe it to our troops to secure a lasting political settlement in Afghanistan.
By David Wearing - 04 September 9:10
The current threat to western power is not from the Muslim Brotherhood but from ongoing revolutionary dynamics in Egypt.
By Tam Hussein - 01 September 9:05
There is a perverse logic behind the Syrian regime’s measures.
By Dan Glazebrook - 31 August 17:13
For now, Egypt’s financial stability depends on keeping the US and Saudi Arabia happy.
By Michael Chessum - 30 August 16:10
Ariel University is part academic institution, part political statement.
By Rachel Halliburton - 29 August 13:45
In August 2011, Syrian government thugs came for Ali Ferzat, the cartoonist who had dared to oppose Bashar al-Assad. They broke his hands and left him for dead - but he wasn't going to go quietly.
By New Statesman - 28 August 11:42
Tom Dale, who witnessed Corrie's death, reacts to the verdict clearing Israel of blame.
By Tam Hussein - 25 August 9:36
What hope for democracy after Assad?
By Ian Lucas - 23 August 13:11
The international community must do everything possible to prevent further escalation across the region.
By Jeremy Bowen - 16 August 11:01
The BBC's Middle East editor on his return to Egypt's capital.
By Max Strasser - 15 August 15:11
Developments in Egypt since the revolution began have moved at a dizzying, unpredictable pace.
By Ruth Michaelson - 15 August 14:52
The Syrian refugees who are fighting to return to their country.
By Heather McRobie - 15 August 11:21
The dignity of gender equality could have a hard time penetrating the written constitution.
By Tam Hussein - 09 August 16:19
The influence of these religious scholars transcends borders and their opinions carry weight that cannot be underestimated.
By Sue Tibballs - 01 August 12:39
Uncomfortable questions must continue to be asked about the treatment of women’s sport.
By New Statesman - 25 July 12:18
A New Statesman special report on the future of "liberal Zionism" and the two-state solution.
By Tam Hussein - 23 July 9:48
Britain's disastrous colonial attitude to Nasser should warn of the dangers of a lack of engagement.
By Alex Hern - 19 July 15:09
Supporters of a two-state solution must confront a stark question: is there enough land left for a viable Palestinian state?
By George Eaton - 19 July 11:52
Former HSBC head and Tory trade minister should answer questions in the Lords, says Labour leader.
By Ali Abunimah - 18 July 17:31
Grass-roots support for a one-state solution is higher than you might think.
By Geoffrey Wheatcroft - 18 July 16:32
Liberal American Jews are falling out of love with Israel.
By New Statesman - 18 July 15:49
A one-state solution would be even more fraught with difficulty.
By Camilla Schick - 14 July 12:49
Demands for internal reform could also accelerate the peace process.