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Results from 1 to 10 out of 16 about "Billlaw49"

Yemen pays the price for the Iran deal

15 September, 2015

Comment: Obama has had to let the Saudis have their way in Yemen in order to win their approval for the Iran nuclear deal, writes Bill Law

UAE: Enforcing repression at home and wrecking alliances abroad

19 June, 2017

Comment: The Emirati government may have crushed dissent on the home front, but the Yemen war drags on, and the GCC now risks being torn apart, writes Bill Law.

Stripping citizenship and the politics of repression

10 March, 2016

Comment: The use of citizenship-stripping as a punitive measure against 'terrorists' may give convenient cover to regimes less concerned about the niceties of the law, writes Bill Law.

The liberation of al-Shaddadi in Syria triggers Mosul offensive

02 March, 2016

Comment: The liberation of the strategic town of al-Shaddadi in northeast Syria from IS has paved the way for the liberation of Raqqa and Mosul, writes Bill Law.

With Aleppo encircled, Syria's Assad is in the ascendancy

03 May, 2016

As Aleppo burns, history will surely judge that in our collective failure to find a way to save Syria, we have empowered brutal dictators, writes Bill Law.

A small Syrian town turns the tide against Daesh

20 December, 2015

The liberation of Al-Shaddadi, a small Syrian town currently held by Daesh could prove to be a turning point in the fight against the group.

Anxious times for Lebanese expats in the Gulf

18 March, 2016

Comment: Around half a million Lebanese work in the Gulf, but the deportation of suspected Hizballah supporters to Beirut this week underlines how vulnerable life is for the diaspora here.

Armed and very dangerous

29 October, 2015

Comment: The Middle East's rulers are shoring up their huge arsenals, proving that cash will always trump human rights concerns, writes Bill Law.

Fast change driven by Riyadh's young prince

15 June, 2016

Comment: Mohammed bin Salman is a young man in a rush - to shake up Saudi society as he amasses unprecedented influence in the kingdom, writes Bill Law.

Yemen: 100 days and counting

08 July, 2015

Comment: What has been achieved by Saudi Arabia's bombing of Yemen? Other than destruction, despair, disease and death, not much, writes Bill Law.

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