In northwest Syria, there are just 1,937 hospital beds to serve a population of three million people
The legacy of the revolution is hopelessness and helplessness
The SDF look like city hipsters in an Arab village, blasting Kurdish revolutionary music from civilian cars
Their approach is unprecedented in its humility
‘Citizen journalists’ are no such thing
But almost nobody dares say so
Trump recognizes that Turkey’s prosperity and stability are an American interest
Washington’s hawks have Trump exactly where they want him
My thoughts are with yet another victim of Trump's toxic prejudice.
Trump will hope to be known as the leader of the free world who dealt Isis that final, fatal blow
The media mantra of ‘Trump betrayed the Kurds’ will soon make way for ‘Trump betrayed Israel’
Few in Washington acknowledge the scope of the self-inflicted wounds the US has sustained since 9/11
The president has always said he wants to get America out of foreign wars. But is he playing into Putin’s hands?
Donald Trump, peacemaker?
The Assyrians hang in limbo
Trump’s credibility gap
The hawk never should have been brought into the administration in the first place
Like Trump’s Saudi Arabia policy, Obama inadvertently supported terrorists in the name of aiding allies
For all their bravery, they are not welcomed home
In Baghdad, justice is dispensed in 10 minutes flat. The sentence handed down for Isis membership…death by hanging
The president’s Middle East ‘deal of the century’ looks less and less likely
Who trusts the agencies that Trump doesn’t trust?
Ali Othman was a citizen journalist with a ready smile and no fear
Their territory is gone but the jihadis are always with us
‘We’re getting into a situation when our friends and allies around the world that we depend upon are going to lack confidence in us’