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Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has told a conference in Iraq that there are no homogeneous states or societies and it is important to respect different beliefs whether Sunni or Shiite, considering the current situation in the country.
The Daily Star In the first weeks of the year, we have better seen the different possibilities of the uprisings in the Arab world. We have the example of countries that have fallen again into a nuanced form of authoritarianism, while others have been
Ukrainian sovereignty won't be the only casualty of Russian President Vladimir Putin's efforts to assert Russian influence and interest in Crimea. It's still far too early to calibrate how this crisis will play out and what its consequences will be --
From an empirical-analytical point of view, what has happened in the Middle East and North Africa since Mohammed Bouazizi died? This is not an opinion piece, but an assessment of underlying factors which have put pressure on the aspiration for
Michael Vukcevic The chairman of an influential business council with close links to the Government's bid for a Middle East free trade agreement is a CV fraudster...Mr Vukcevic was also a director of anti-corruption agency Transparency International
Lawrence's vision for a modern Middle East, which the British government ignored...The Middle East's social and cultural landscape is often at odds with its political one. On the social and cultural map, many countries disappear; new entities emerge.
Last summer, following the retake of the Syrian city of Qusair by Bashar al-Assad's army assisted by the Lebanese (Shia) Hezbollah movement, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a powerful and influential Sunni cleric condemned Hezbollah as the party of Satan.
This chilly winter, many of us have warmed ourselves and our kitchens with long-cooked meals...But there's a dish called cholent that isn't just cooked for a few hours it's cooked for a full day. Cholent is rooted in the Jewish Sabbath, which
Japan and Saudi Arabia agreed Wednesday to accelerate bilateral talks for a civil nuclear cooperation accord that would enable Japanese manufacturers to export reactors to the Middle Eastern country. The agreement came as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
C Amanda Fisher / 20 February 2014 Survey debunks myth of GCC as a savings haven, with many not saving anything at all. Riding high on a tide of oil wealth, the Gulf states have for decades drawn in some of the best and brightest in the world, hoping