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An endgame in Syria?

29 November, 2017

Comment: Syrians' suffering will continue whether or not Assad is declared the victor, writes James Snell.

Trump's retweet madness

29 November, 2017

Comment: Endorsing far-right ultranationalists' Islamophobic race-baiting is making a dangerous mockery of the office of the president, writes Andrew Leber.

Britain's May on surprise visit to Baghdad

29 November, 2017

Theresa May and Haider al-Abadi discussed "efforts to restore stability and economic cooperation while respecting the unity of Iraq and its constitution", an Iraqi official said.

What next for the IS fighters returning to Tunisia

28 November, 2017

Indepth: Hundreds of Islamic State fighters are returning to Tunisia, but what can be done to prevent the spread of radicalisation in a country reliant on tourism, writes Francesca Mannocchi.

Will the thousands of foreign troops in Syria leave?

28 November, 2017

Syria's brutal war may be slowly winding down, but the country is awash in weapons and thousands of foreign forces – some of whom may never leave.

Saudi-Israeli intelligence-sharing brings closer relations fraught with challenges

28 November, 2017

Comment: Although still nascent, the emerging Saudi-Israeli 'alliance' is one of convenience and shared interests, writes Emile Nakhleh.

Deadly Egypt mosque attack puts Sinai strategy in spotlight

28 November, 2017

Egypt's years-long campaign against an insurgency in the northern Sinai Peninsula is under increasing scrutiny following a horrifying mosque attack last week that killed more than 300 people.

Lebanese government to survive 'if Hizballah commits to neutrality'

28 November, 2017

The Lebanese government appears likely to survive after Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri signalled he would withdraw his resignation if powerful militant group Hizballah commits to neutrality.

Iran: The beauty in the eye of American beholders

28 November, 2017

Comment: Iran has been viewed by both Republican and Democratic decision-makers as the more beautiful prize, writes Robert Springborg.

Iraqi bishop urges foreign aid for frontline Christian communities

28 November, 2017

One of the oldest Christian communities in the Middle East returned to their ancestral lands in Iraq after IS was at last routed, but the community are still anxious.

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