The newly elected Israeli Labour leader Isaac Herzog sat down to discuss the Britain-Israel relationship with Toby Greene, the deputy editor of Fathom, and Richard Pater, head of BICOM in Israel.
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Ed Jacobs reviews ‘The Silence of Our Friends’, by Catholic Herald deputy editor Ed West.
The people of Bahrain have suffered severe repression at the hands of their government and yet the UK continues to support the Bahraini monarchy.
This week the effort to get the two sides of the Israeli Palestinian conflict negotiating again paid off.
Cameron’s description of the UAE as “a role model for the region” is accurate only if you share the government’s vision for the Persian Gulf.
TweetPeter Lesniak is an independent foreign affairs analyst, concentrating on the Middle East and North Africa. Having previously worked in parliament with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Conflict Issues he currently works in the LibDem International Office. Peter is also a Director of Communications at Bite the Ballot Ltd. Some say that it’s been a rather unusual start of […]
David Cameron is under fire for missing more PMQs, excluding journalists from his Middle East arms selling trip, and keeping secret texts from Rebekah Brooks.
Continuing on from yesterday’s freedom of speech piece, Carl Packman investigates the recent protests in the Middle East and Asia in relation to a film.
If we are to be comfortable with the world which we hand down to future generations then we need a unified vision of a world free from nuclear weapons.
CND’s Kate Hudson assesses the lessons we can learn from North Korea engagement with the West after the accession of Kim Jong-un.