The fingerprints of Islamic State were all over the incident outside the British parliament, and more of the same can be expected
First the US president, now American law-firms, have their sights firmly set on Saudi Arabia’s depleted coffers
Have the Iraqi Kurds been promised independence as a reward for helping fight IS?
The US administration’s apparent endorsement of the young Saudi deputy crown prince comes at a price
If the US really knew where the IS leader was, why didn’t it kill him?
In his row with Europe, the Turkish president is replicating the behaviour that poisoned ties with most of his country’s
The US, Russia and Turkey don’t agree on who should take IS’ Syrian stronghold or what should happen afterwards
The movement that historically led the Palestinian struggle needs to come out of deep-freeze and recover its purpose
Opposition delegates attending the Geneva-4 peace talks would do well to heed the UN envoy’s – and Russia’s – advice.
It only took a telephone call from Donald Trump for ‘ungrateful’ Erdoğan to turn on his erstwhile Iranian partners