The turbulent state of the Middle East
The war the United States cannot allow to end
Stephen Pascoe on Trump's air strikes in Syria, and the historical resonance of the aerial view
Trump's shift on Syria may please the hawkish elites, but at what cost?
Much of what Firas Massouh, Yoni Molad and Steve Pascoe write in response to my article is based on assumptions about how I think and how I frame events which have no relationship to how I do think or frame events.
A war is being waged in and on Syria. Protecting the people from the dictator is no more than the usual pretext for attacks on Middle Eastern countries.
Reflections on history, modernity and revolution
Simon Cooper The globalised policing of dissent, opposition and difference, as well as terrorism, is creating a culture of perpetual war.