Fighting corruption in Arab Spring countries

By Dr Noureddine Miladi  One key demand for which people took to the streets in t...

Britain’s tea party crisis

By Sebastian Mallaby  By Sebastian Mallaby  The United States is not th...

Tech entrepreneurs try to hack the refugee crisis

By Therese Raphael    When world leaders gathered in London for a m...

French president squanders post-attack bounce

By Elizabeth Pineau and Ingrid Melander      French Pres...

Ryan to tea party: You’re the problem

By Paul Waldman      This week, Paul Ryan gave a fascinating sp...

David Cameron working with  Qatar to solve the Syrian crisis

By Ajay Sharma    Today, the British Prime Minister David Cameron will ...

Multiple meanings of conversion to Islam in the West

 By Dr Yasir Suleiman    There is an obsession with conversion to ...

Europe’s nicest cities  aren’t its happiest ones

By Therese Raphael  Londoners tend to be pretty happy with their city. But I ...

The Arab Spring: Five years on

By Dr Mohamed Kirat   Five years ago, the Arab revolutions, with the massive...

Finding the path between Zika panic and complacency

By Faye Flam  No matter how things play out with the fast-spreading Zika viru...

Is this a sign of Doomsday?

By Fahmi Huwaidi  Israel is worried about the move made by the ministers of t...

The war on Muslim converts is ramping up

By Lauren Booth     White converts to Islam are being served up for pub...

Social media is indispensable to Qatari students

By Dr Noureddine Miladi    A new study by the Media and Mass communicat...

Double standards of the UN regarding people under siege

By Dr Daud Abdullah   UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s condemnation ...

China wants you to know  it’s monitoring you

By Peter Fuhrman   When they met most recently, President Obama extracted fr...

De Mistura, and the Dashma negotiations

Dr. Saad bin Teflah Al Ajmi   An Israeli heresy and yet the core of their th...

Did Brazil and global health agencies fumble Zika response?

By Paulo Prada   Last January, long lines formed outside health clinics in...

The quiet consensus against Palestinian democracy

By Eli Lake  It’s rare these days to find anything that Hamas, the Palest...

Failed economic policies haunt Venezuela

By Matt O’Brien The key word there is “completely.” Both are wel...

How to rescue Egypt

  By Jackson Diehl  Five years after the Arab Spring, democracy see...

Why a businessman’s death meant so much to the Turks

  By Marc Champion  The large turnout in Istanbul for the funeral of ...