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Syria: New proxy battles as Macron cuddles up to Trump

Syria: New proxy battles as Macron cuddles up to Trump

Hanief Haider examines France's growing role in the Middle East crises, from Libya to Syria and back to Washington.

Time running out for Egypt, Ethiopia over Nile issue

Time running out for Egypt, Ethiopia over Nile issue

Are Egypt’s rational diplomatic efforts and new water preservation policies enough to save the country from a looming water crisis?

Everything is fine in Iraq

Everything is fine in Iraq

Despite a country in disarray, Iraqis persevere year after year, creating, living, loving, inspiring and fighting on.

Mainstream media on the Middle East – neither objective nor neutral

Mainstream media on the Middle East – neither objective nor neutral

The Palestinian struggle for justice and freedom is also a struggle for the right words to be used to describe the reality of occupation.

State of the Union: Trump pats himself on the back

State of the Union: Trump pats himself on the back

Trump's address is full of the usual rhetoric and taking credit for things he did not do, writes Graham.

Q&A: Trump’s end goal with Iran is regime change

Q&A: Trump’s end goal with Iran is regime change

The BRICS Post interviewed Holly Dagress, curator of The Iranist, on Trump's view of Iran.

Trump, Jerusalem and the Need for a Rebranded Palestinian Leadership

Trump, Jerusalem and the Need for a Rebranded Palestinian Leadership

Pence's visit to Israel has effectively killed off the peace process and America's erstwhile mediation.

A Brighter Future for BRICS

A Brighter Future for BRICS

A sort of “BRICS friends club” may emerge to help these countries to cooperate with BRICS on economic and political bases, writes a former Russian diplomat.

After Charlottesville: Race, history, and radicalism

After Charlottesville: Race, history, and radicalism

America is in the throes of yet another decisive chapter in race relations, but what kind of nation will emerge?

Vive Le Racisme? Monsieur Macron and Africa’s ‘Civilizational’ Malaise

Vive Le Racisme? Monsieur Macron and Africa’s ‘Civilizational’ Malaise

Macron has made it all the more obvious that Europe has yet to shift away from its imperial tendencies.

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