Secularism is the only weapon – against the Taliban, and against the seeds of hatred being planted in Europe right now.
A series of 15 essays explore the regional dimensions of the ISIS crisis.
As the Houthi rebels take control and Yemen's political cabinet resigns, the conflict-wrecked nation is facing its biggest crisis in over 50 years.
Turkey appears to have overlooked the anger bubbling among its own Kurds towards its Syria policy.
In the face of a common enemy in IS, public demand for Kurdish unity across borders is growing.
The West needs to push regional actors to assume their responsibilities in confronting the threat posed by IS.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world, in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian
Kundnani and Giddens will discuss German power and its implications for the future of the European Union.
There is a case to be made for Europe not recognising the Palestinian state, but is it a worthwhile one?
The prospect of a less isolated Iran may not be welcomed by some of its hardline neighbours.
It is crucial that the European Parliament supports recognition of the State of Palestine at Thursday's vote for five key reasons.
The second round of Tunisia’s presidential election is likely to be a close fight after the results of the first round, announced today, showed a tighter-than-expected finish between Beji Caid Essebsi and Moncef Marzouki.
Although the timing of the extension exposes the diplomatic process to unwanted risks, there is still hope for resolving Iran's nuclear deal.
Europe should consider an overhaul of its Mediterranean policy
While the new potential role of Russia boosts the chances of a final nuclear deal with Iran, gaps over sanctions relief continue to place doubts over whether this month's deadline can be met.
After a ruling that nullified its own parliamentary elections, Libya will need European and UN support to achieve national unity government.
A collection of 14 articles exploring the regional dimensions of the Islamic State crisis.
Countries bordering Syria, such as Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, welcomed the Berlin Conference on the refugee situation in Syria and supporting stability in the region on 28 October.