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A US-ordered assassination of a key Iranian lynchpin could overturn many Middle East calculations
A US-ordered assassination of a key Iranian lynchpin could overturn many calculations. Experts from the Royal United Services Institute offered the following reaction.
A photo essay on northern Iraq sheds light on the situation in camps for displaced persons.
Morocco is redeveloping its African roots. To the benefit of all concerned.
Iran’s designation of the US Central Command as a terrorist organisation has serious implications for the treatment of its personnel in any conflict.
France appears to be relying on force to patch up problems in Africa, and particularly in Libya. None of this is compatible with President Macron’s lofty foreign policy declarations.
The Iraq Inquiry has shed light on Britain’s lack of strategic influence over its coalition partners.
Ewan Lawson reviews The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu: And Their Race to Save the World’s Most Precious Manuscripts, by Joshua Hammer.
Turkey’s new foreign policy will see Ankara favouring closer ties with the US and Russia, and orienting away from Europe towards the Middle East.
An event exploring the fight against Daesh with Michael Weiss, author of ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror
A briefing by Iraq’s Foreign Minister and Former Prime Minister, Dr Ibrahim al Jaafari.
You are invited to the screening of an award-winning documentary portraying a group of suicide bombers in Syria, followed by a discussion with film producer Paul Refsdal and RUSI’s Raffaello Pantucci...