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After Manchester: It's time to rethink Prevent

Tom Charles

After Manchester: It's time to rethink Prevent

Comment: As the dust settles on the Manchester attack, the government must take an honest look at the domestic and foreign policies that can lead to radicalisation, writes Tom Charles.

Assad turns to Iran to help 'stabilise' battered economy

Mona Alami

Assad turns to Iran to help 'stabilise' battered economy

Comment: Syria's economic situation remains in dire straits, but relative 'stability' in regime-held areas has seen Assad turn to Iran for new ...

Transformed? Trump in Riyadh managed diplomacy and restraint

James Snell

Transformed? Trump in Riyadh managed diplomacy and restraint

Comment: Many were expecting fireworks from Trump's speech in Saudi Arabia. But he appears to be handling foreign policy far better than affairs ...

Iran is ready to gift peace to Middle East

Mohammad Javad Zarif

Iran is ready to gift peace to Middle East

Comment: Iran is willing to fight terrorism and resolve the war in Syria, ...

Imogen Lambert

UK law penalises British citizens for marrying non-Brits

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.

Maen al-Bayari

On Iran's booby-trapped gift

Comment: Iran should back up it talk about willingness to work towards peace with the withdrawal of militias from Syria, writes Maen al-Bayari.

Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek, Adrià Salvador Palau

Rouhani's landslide quells risk of escalation, despite Trump's hostility

Comment: Just a day after Iranians re-elected moderate negotiator Rouhani, Trump accused Iran's government of wanting death to America, and closed a $110 billion arms deal with the Saudis.

Beirut Madinati to Beirut Pride: What's Nasrallah afraid of?

Joey Ayoub

Beirut Madinati to Beirut Pride: What's Nasrallah afraid of?

Comment: Without sectarian and patriarchal oppression, none of the warlords-turned-politicians, their business associates or their (exclusively ...

Trump should know: Bibi won't budge

Andrew Leber

Trump should know: Bibi won't budge

Comment: There may be fireworks when the US president lands in Israel, but Netanyahu will be happy to brush off the desires of a flailing presidency, writes Andrew Leber.

Waqas Mirza

It's business as usual for Trump's 'War on Terror'

Comment: Trump calling on Muslim nations to fight 'radicalisation' simply deflects attention away from the US' own role in bolstering the ranks of extremist groups, writes Waqas Mirza.

Anisa Abeytia

Neglecting refugees' mental health will ensure integration fails

Comment: The mental health needs of refugees have often been neglected, but good mental health services are key to helping refugees into work and education, writes Anisa Abeytia.

Alaa Bayoumi

Facing domestic turmoil, Trump seeks TLC from Gulf allies

Comment: In need of some positive media attention, warm diplomacy with allies, tough rhetoric on adversaries, and some lucrative economic and arms deals are on the agenda, writes Alaa Bayoumi.