Ayatollah Khamenei and Presidents Barack Obama and Hassan Rouhani are not worlds apart in their thinking.
The worst case scenario can be avoided by moving power-sharing from paper to reality.
Analysis: For outside powers, the Yemen crisis is part of a balancing act with the nuclear deal at its heart
Despite his fiery speech to the US Congress, the Israeli leader has moderated his views on a nuclear pact.
Foreign intervention in a local fight would be the worst course anyone could take.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
Should the EU shift to a more constructive approach to re-engage with Belarus?
IRIN - 22 May 2015
Policy fellow Adam Baron discusses the prospect of peace negotiations in Yemen.
Udfordringen - 21 May 2015
Josef Janning urges the EU to take more active measures in the Mediterranean refugee crisis instead of only responing half-heartedly.
L’Express - 20 May 2015
Hugh Lovatt is quoted on the segregation that targets the Palestinians from the West Bank working in Israel.
Salamanca 24 Horas - 20 May 2015
José Ignacio Torreblanca presents Asaltar Los Cielos at the University of Salamanca.
The devestating bombings on Friday are just the latest sign that the country is coming apart at the seams.
A decisive stage in the nuclear talks is approaching, as world powers aim to reach a political agreement with Iran this month.
When Israelis go to the polls on Tuesday 17 March they will do so at a critical time in Israel's relations with the Palestinians.
For the first time this century the leader of Israel’s Labour Party appears to be genuinely competing for the position of Prime Minister.
That Netanyahu can vehemently denounce the nuclear agreement with Iran but keep his nuclear arsenal out of public debate is a miracle of biblical proportions.
Netanyahu's speech to Congress may cause its members to impose new sanctions if no nuclear deal is reached by March 24.
When it comes to Iran, diplomacy is the difficult and less travelled path.
Netanyahu may come out of the US-Israel political brouhaha relatively unscathed, but his incoherence on the Iran issue itself is far more worrying and damaging.
Pursuing the end of the civil war through a negotiated solution should still be the number one priority for Americans and Europeans alike
Yemen’s former president has escaped house arrest and wants to take power back – but can he stem the worsening crisis in the country?
If UN intervention is not tied to a consensus ending Libya’s civil war, it could create new allies for ISIS