As Iraq marks 20 years since the US invasion, the effects continue to be felt in the political instability, corruption, and sectarian violence plaguing the country.
Analysis: China's historical neutrality in conflicts between Riyadh and Tehran has put it in a strategic position as a mediator, as Beijing continues to assert a more active role in the region.
In-depth: As Algeria intensifies its crackdown on press and civil society, El Kadi, the head of the country's last free media, has become one of the regime's main targets.
Analysis: In the face of rampant attacks from Israeli settlers, politicians, and the military, the European Union has displayed a deliberate idleness to address the urgent situation in occupied Palestine.
In-depth: In recent years, Maghrebian societies have shown a readiness to discuss their complex Amazigh and Arab identities. Activists say similar progress needs to be made in recognising anti-black racism and the legacy of slavery in the region.
In-depth: This International Women's Day, and 20 years after the US invasion of Iraq, the post-2003 state still does not have the capacity to ensure gendered security.
The New Arab speaks to filmmaker Joshua Seftel, war veteran Richard "Mac" McKinney, and Bibi Bahrami from Indiana's Afghan community to discuss the Oscar-nominated short film Stranger at the Gate.
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