Perspectives

As the southern independence dream and the UAE’s ambitious designs in Yemen continue to be ignored, the peace process which the Stockholm Agreement aims to constitute is unlikely.

The death anniversary of one of Algeria's most revered revolutionaries, Larbi Ben M'Hidi, coincides with massive protests across the country. Has Algeria's elite forgotten the resilience of the spirit that gave them power in the first place?

Protests in Sudan won't fade away and the country's leader is fast running out of options.

The Mediterranean Sea has great significance for all countries, especially for those who want to engage in international trade, politics and security where a new crucial player emerged: China through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

If we in the West are going to claim to be actors for justice, let us at least be consistent in the principles for which we stand.

The Kashmiri occupation have been engendering violent behaviors and terrorism, and this can only be resolved through negotiation and mediating talks instead of episodic blame game or ongoing rivalry

Behavioural change is essential to mitigate the effects of climate change, but sustainable change will only come when governments and corporations change their behaviour.

Qatar's departure from OPEC has exposed the creaky foundations of the oil cartel.

The flow of migrants to Algeria has given the country access to financial assistance which allows the elite to neglect an internal humanitarian solution for migrants reaching their borders.

The universe of film and cinema serves as an inscription of the society it reels in.