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The world's eyes are on Israel, as governments overeager to reopen risk repeating earlier mistakes.
A tribute from a friend and fellow scholar places al-Hashimi's death in the context of a new wave of violence in Iraq.
The country once hailed as the “Switzerland of the Middle East” now faces the prospects of bankruptcy and chaos as never before.
Annexation will destroy any hope of a two-state solution and hasten the end of Israel’s democratic character.
Despite failing to secure a decisive victory in three elections and being on trial for corruption charges, Netanyahu remains Israel’s prime minister. How has he held on for so long?
Even after coronavirus has been beaten, the oil price may never fully recover.
A former detainee of Bashar al-Assad’s government warns of a humanitarian calamity.
Political deadlock in Kabul, the onset of coronavirus, and a resurgent Taliban – Afghanistan’s future looks bleaker than ever.
How systemic sexual violence is deployed as a battlefield tactic
The scenes at the Greek border are holding a mirror to our shared loss of empathy and humanity.
With 90 per cent vote counted, the right-religious bloc is two seats shy of a majority – and a constitutional crisis now looms.