As ordinary Afghans struggle to find food and medecines, the Emirate desperately looks for international recognition, and aid. Reportage from Kabul.
- As most Syrians stil grapple with a full-scale humanitarian crisis afer ten years of destruction, regional powers are competing to secure influence on the country’s reconstruction, and future balance.
- A talk with Pejman Abdolmohammadi, Senior Assistant Professor at the School of International Studies of the University of Trento.
- Mistakes, delays and a serious shortage of medecines and medical equipment are threatening Iran’s capacity to contain the deadly spread of Covid-19
- The assassination of Major General Qasem Solemaini brought Iran and the US on the brink of war, but also Hamas and Egypt to a bitter clash. Here’s why.
- The extraordinary national unity stemmed by General Soleimani’s assassination has suddenly turned into fresh, heated protests against Teheran’s regime. Will it cope?
- A wave of violent protests swept through Iran in the second half of November, many witness accounts and even some official statements indicate that it was the largest and most intense protest seen in Iran in the last 40 years. What sparked such protests and how is the government reacting to this wave of discontent?
- The divide between state and religion is back at the center of Israel’s politics, and promises to remain so for a long time. A headache for any government that will come out of political negotiations, or an unprecedent third election round.
- Torrential rains have caused massive floods in Iran, causing huge devastation. But is it the only flood that the Iranian government has to be worried about?
- The election of Donald Trump but not only: all the causes of the recession in Iran.