Srebrenica, 25 years on: How genocide denial is adding to survivors’ pain By Peter Oborne, Jan-Peter Westad

More than 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995.…

US says visa applicants denied by Trump ‘Muslim ban’ can reapply

Rights groups condemn decision to not extend this policy to diversity visa applicants, saying Biden ‘cemented…

Turkey’s footprint spreading far and wide in Africa By JONATHAN GORVETT

Turkish President Erdogan has an economic and strategic plan for Africa. Image: Facebook When Turkish-trained security…

Biden’s Saudi Arabia problem By Ishaan Tharoor

In the early stages of his candidacy, President Biden was emphatic. Under his administration, Saudi officials implicated…

Queen of Chicken Hawks: Victoria Nuland Had A Hand in Every US Intervention in the Past 30 Years by Rick Sterling

As the Senate prepares to confirm Nuland for Under Secretary for Political Affairs, a reflection of…

In Pictures: Russia and France bury their dead 200 years later

Officials gathered to re-bury the remains of 126 people who died during Napoleon’s 1812 retreat. Re-enactors…

Biden Freezes US Arms Sales to Saudis; Reviews UAE Sales By Brett Wilkins

“This is an important first step in ending our material support for war globally, and the…

‘Crazed mob’ on Capitol Hill didn’t come out of nowhere: Noam Chomsky dissects America’s airbrushed ‘ills’ on RT

The US public is fed a narrative that everything is “fundamentally wonderful” in the country, despite…

COLUMN: MUSLIMS SHAPING EUROPE

Those of us who grew up during the last years of the British Raj had little…

‘Bad news for Riyadh’ as Menendez set to chair US Senate foreign relations By Ali Harb in Washington

Democratic Senator Bob Menendez has been outspoken critic of arms sales to Saudi Arabia and kingdom’s…