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Holy Land, unholy reporting

The mainstream media treatment of the fourth Israeli war against Gaza continues to suffer from serious pitfalls, such as masking, language manipulation, and censorship The...

Israel’s aggression on Palestine hurts the credibility of some Arab states

The failure to leverage newly-forged relations with Israel into meaningful and forceful diplomatic pressure undermines the political credibility of Arab states in the wake...

The 2022 Qatar World Cup and the battle of narratives

Serving human rights and social justice is a noble cause. However, falling prey to sensationalism and psy-ops while vilifying Qatar is counterproductive. Recently, the Norwegian...

People to People

The basis of the Kashmir dispute is a deep lack of trust between Pakistan and India. Though it may take a while, instead of...

Is Libya moving from conflict to reconciliation?

Libya's unity government faces a mammoth task ahead, but there has been no better time in recent history for the North African country to...

Intra-Afghan peace talks can revitalise Turkey-US ties

With a long history behind the bilateral relationship that includes membership in NATO, Turkey can now positively contribute to the intra-Afghan peace talks with...

Will Ankara’s open-door policy prevail in the eastern Mediterranean?

Turkey has kept dialogue alive in the eastern Mediterranean despite nearly every other stakeholder acting in a hostile manner - and it could pay...

What does the coup attempt in Armenia mean?

The situation in Armenia remains unstable and will most probably lead to a new election rather than a civil war. Nikol Pashinyan, a former journalist...

Why did Al Jazeera step into uncharted right-wing territory?

The Qatari media network’s launch of Rightly, a digital platform that will cater to US conservatives, could be part of a strategy to future-proof...

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