Columns

The American justice system should provide recourse for the families of civilians killed or injured by US drone strikes. A recent case in a US federal appeals court failed this test

Hannah Porter

When Kemal Kilicdaroglu reaches Istanbul, will his 250-mile protest march prove to be a significant act of activism or will it fall by the wayside?

Simon A Waldman

To Ahwazis, the discovery of oil and other resources has been a scourge that has resulted in the occupation and environmental degradation of their ancestral lands

Yasser Assadi

Many have speculated that one cause behind the Gulf crisis is Qatari support for the Muslim Brotherhood, but the history of the organisation in the countries behind the rift complicates this narrative

Courtney Freer

Khaliji Katch-Up, Season 36, Episode 6: That rift between Qatar and the others returns. How will it end?

Katie Miranda

Business ties between Israel and Saudi are flourishing even before a hoped-for rail corridor becomes a reality

Yossi Melman

Regional cooperation is needed to quell harmful and costly effects of sandstorms

Kieran Cooke

One experiment: What happens to two million human beings when they are deprived of electricity nearly all the time, day and night?

Gideon Levy

Egyptian and Saudi academics are taking aim at Doha - but history teaches that the role of scholars is far from straightforward

Basheer Nafi

On the anniversary of the military coup which brought Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to power, Egyptians are bursting with anger at his regime. Here are three ways this could boil over

Amr Khalifa