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ICC action brings an end to Israel’s exceptionalism

Dr. Abdel Aziz Aluwaisheg International Criminal Court prosecutor Karim Khan on Monday announced that he would file applications for arrest...

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How RFK Jr. and Shanahan help deliver false hope to parents of children with autism

Catherine Tan Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a longtime critic of vaccinations whose third-party presidential candidacy has drawn strong opposition from...

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Kim Jong Un and the liberation of Palestine

Makram Rabah Amid the intense focus on the events in Gaza and the aftermath of the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel, a significant development...

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Biden’s Morehouse address was a farewell speech

Shermichael Singleton Sunday served up more than its share of symbolism as the 140th Commencement Exercises at Morehouse College were conducted....

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Saudi-Japan ties: From transactional to strategic

Faisal J. Abbas Geographically, Saudi Arabia and Japan could not be much farther apart, but the past few days have shown just how close the two...

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The neoliberal populism of Milei and Meloni

Santiago Zabala and Claudio Gallo When far-right “outsider” Javier Milei was elected Argentina’s president in November, hard-right Italian...

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Is there a chance of a clash between Egypt and Israel?

Dr. Abdellatif El-Menawy Since Israel initiated its military operations in Gaza in response to the Hamas attacks of Oct. 7, Egypt has consistently...

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What Raisi’s death means for Iran and the region

Majid Rafizadeh Sunday’s helicopter crash in Varzaqan, Iran, was a historic moment. The helicopter was carrying several high-profile Iranian...

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The International Criminal Court: Unjust Equivalence?

Bakir Oweida Has the International Criminal Court become an accomplice in injustice by equating “perpetrator” and “victim?” This question...

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Amid global polarisation, the pandemic agreement encourages cooperation

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus For more than two years, countries of the world have worked together towards one historic and generational goal –...

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UN resolution can help us, survivors, fight Srebrenica genocide denial

Ehlimana Memiševic On May 23, the United Nations General Assembly will be voting on a draft resolution declaring July 11 the International Day of...

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Biden’s middle-of-the-road approach to Israel is misguided

Kerry Boyd Anderson On Friday, aid deliveries began via the US-constructed floating pier connected to Gaza’s coast. While any aid reaching Gaza...

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Symbolic Western sanctions will not change Iran’s behavior

Dr. Mohammed Al-Sulami The EU and the Australian government last week announced new sanctions that aim to pursue the Western policy of changing the...

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Tragedy will not change Iran’s course

LI YANG The deaths of Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi, Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian and some other officials, in a helicopter...

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Arab leaders in Bahrain: No peace without Palestinian state

Baria Alamuddin Whether in US campuses, Western capitals or Arab streets, we have been swamped with overheated rhetoric about the Gaza situation...

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New cycle of atrocities in Darfur must be stopped

Belkis Wille For months now, Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF), an independent military force, together with allied armed groups, have been...

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Madinah embodies spirit of new Saudi Arabia

Jean-Philippe Linteau I recently embarked on my first visit to the holy city of Madinah. The visit was significant as it was the first such trip to...

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Biden-Netanyahu standoff complicates Gaza conflict

Talmiz Ahmad Amid the extraordinary carnage in Gaza, the international community is witnessing with surprise and bemusement the spectacle of the...

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West has yet to grasp we have moved fast into a world crisis that leads to war

Charles Moore Isolationism is a good instinct but a bad policy. The difference between home and everywhere else is vital to the human psyche and to...

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Gulf states may benefit from Turkish-Greek detente

Sinem Cengiz The Gulf states have increasingly shown an interest in the Eastern Mediterranean over the past few years. Their involvement in the...

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Sri Lanka’s killing fields cast a long shadow

Madura Rasaratnam & Ambikai Akilan Today we mark the 15th anniversary of the bloody end of Sri Lanka’s three-decades-long civil war. This...

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A boost for Biden’s global democracy agenda

Andrew Hammond US President Joe Biden has faced criticism for making “revitalizing democracy the world over” a key goal of his administration. Yet...

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Clueless in Gaza

Yossi Mekelberg Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu avoids giving interviews to domestic media outlets, as accountability and transparency...

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Europe’s missed opportunity in Tunisia

Hafed Al-Ghwell Once hailed as the Arab Spring’s lone democratic success story, Tunisia is now fully in the grip of regression, with an alarming...

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Oil theft the untold driver of Syria’s enduring humanitarian crisis

Sir Alan Duncan More than 13 years since the onset of civil war, the suffering in Syria has rarely been further from the headlines. Concurrent...

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