Perspectives

The West's willingness to use to military force pushes the region closer to the brink of war, all to avoid calling for a ceasefire in Gaza, writes Arwa Mokdad.
Germany's defence of Israel in the ICJ genocide case shows the limits of its historical reckoning. The hypocrisy is not lost on Namibia, writes Beauty Dhlamini.
Israel's war on Gaza has dealt a crushing blow to the multilateral security system and threatens to alienate the Arab & Muslim world, writes Mohamed ElBaradei.
The barbaric conduct of the Israeli state must be stopped
Richard Falk, Chandra Muzaffar and Joseph Camilleri call on the international community to take urgent action to stop Israel's genocidal assault on Gaza.
The Kerman attack exposes gaping holes in Iran's security policy, but leaders continue to fan regional flames with hollow threats, writes Ahmet Furkan Ozyakar.
We owe it to the men still detained in Guantanamo to keep fighting for justice and accountability, writes former detainee Mansoor Adayfi.
Charging Israel with genocide in Gaza symbolises the Global South reclaiming an international system created by and for Global North, writes Na'eem Jeenah.
As Palestinian prisoners face heightened abuse in Israeli detention, the international organisations supposed to protect them are silent, writes Basil Farraj.
As Latin American nations condemn Israel's war on Gaza, Argentina's new far-right pro-Israel leader stands out as an anomaly, writes Simón Rodríguez Porras.
Opinion: Shadow-banning of pro-Palestine solidarity is a feature, not a bug in Meta's platforms. It's time to rethink activism on platforms like Facebook