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Imogen is a staff journalist at al-Araby al-Jadeed. She graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and has worked in social and economic rights in Cairo.

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What Russia has gained from massacring Syrians

07 March, 2018

Comment: By doing nothing to stop Moscow's genocidal approach to the Syrian war, the world has allowed Russia to gain far more than a military base, writes Imogen Lambert.

Brexit demonstrates the perils of ignoring Britain's colonial crimes

10 January, 2018

Comment: The UK must challenge its nostalgia for empire before it can move towards a progressive political future, writes Imogen Lambert.

Could Labour make a difference to the Palestinian cause?

21 December, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn is renowned for his pro-Palestine views. But how does this translate into Labour policy and will it have any real effect on the greater Palestinian cause?

Gulf diplomatic brouhaha latest step in UAE anti-Qatar campaign

05 June, 2017

Comment: Diplomats in the Gulf have been working for months to undermine Qatar and its independent foreign policy streak, writes Imogen Lambert.

UK law penalises British citizens for marrying non-Brits

23 May, 2017

Comment: UK government plans to further increase the income requirement for UK sponsors hoping to live with a foreign spouse are discriminatory and harmful, writes Imogen Lambert.

'New' Hamas charter at least a decade old

19 May, 2017

Comment: Much of Hamas' 'new' charter can be found in old policy documents, with minor changes likely motivated by a desire to appease the UAE and Egypt, writes Imogen Lambert.

Syrian rebels face fight on at least three fronts

12 May, 2017

Comment: As the US increases support to Kurds fighting IS, 'de-escalation zones' could be used to obliterate opposition forces who are fighting against both Assad and al-Qaeda-linked fighters.

Labour's cluelessness on Syria is not an innocent mistake

06 May, 2017

Labour uses opposition to intervention as a false argument for sparing the Syrian regime from accountability, while many of its symbols associate themselves with dubious regime-affiliated entities, says Imogen Lambert

How the PLO and Lebanese authorities became unlikely friends

11 September, 2016

In-depth: Palestinian faction Fatah, which dominates the PLO, and Lebanese security have put years of animosity behind them, and started to work together on security in Lebanon.

Daraya: a symbol of resilience

26 August, 2016

A small town on the outskirts of Damascus managed to hold off the Syrian regime for five years. On Friday, after a punishing siege, Daraya was forced to surrender.

Drowned in their sleep: Remembering Syria's Ghouta Massacre

21 August, 2016

Survivors of the 2013 Ghouta Massacre speak to The New Arab about their memories on that tragic day when the Syrian regime used gas on a Damascus suburb.

Syrian 'miracle baby' saver killed in Aleppo

12 August, 2016

A civil defence worker who saved the life of a baby trapped under rubble has been killed in airstrikes in Syria's Aleppo, where violence is raging on.

Imogen Lambert
Imogen Lambert

Imogen is a staff journalist at al-Araby al-Jadeed. She graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and has worked in social and economic rights in Cairo.

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