This week's news, from Erdogan the despot, to memories of Disraeli, and coffee and class.
Vladimir Putin’s military intervention is less about defeating Isis than about establishing himself as the ultimate counter-revolutionary leader.
Jihadists have long operated in the Caucasus and they have been re-energised by the Syrian conflict.
Shabana Mahmood, Labour MP for Birmingham Ladywood, reflects on her recent visit to refugee camps in Greece.
This is the worst terror attack in Turkey’s history. In just a few months, hundreds of civilians, Turkish security personnel and PKK members have been killed.
To mark the International Day of the Girl, Justine Greening writes on how female genital mutilation can ended for good.
The politics of the conflict are changing – and with them, the diplomatic and journalistic challenge.
Cameron needs a better plan for Syria than mere party-politicking, says Ian Lucas.
In a new wave of repression under the Sisi regime, Egyptians are being forcibly disappeared.
Sources in Washington report being given an hour to clear Syrian airspace as Russia votes for military intervention.
Dr Khalid Al-Attiyah responds to allegations that the Gulf states have not taken their fair share of Syrian refugees.
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