I published a couple of pieces here last year, talking about how worrying and dangerous it was that the language – and
The war in Yemen – and it’s accompanying humanitarian catastrophe – has been going on a very long time now; and it
Alright, so I’ve neglected to touch on this subject for a very long time. I did cover it in March 2015 when
The apparent murder of US-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi within the premises of the Saudi embassy in Turkey has sparked days of
The murder of former Yemen president Ali Abdullah Saleh by Houthi rebels will simply guarantee continued and intensified attacks by the Saudi-led
It was difficult to work out exactly what is behind the ‘Qatar Diplomatic Crisis’ that seemed to suddenly emerge early in June.
So here’s a question: who remember’s Gaddafi’s claim back in 2011 that the jihadists and NATO-backed ‘rebels’ fighting to overthrow his government
As the Saudi-led coalition continues to drop bombs on Houthi targets in Yemen, there are several points and questions that emerge from
The plight of blogger Raif Badawi in Saudi Arabia has garnered international attention, particularly in the context of the freedom of expression.
Why is Israel bombing the Syrian Government…? A number of news sources reported on December 7th that Israeli warplanes attacked two separate