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In Beirut, the rubbish continues to pile up in the streets, and now, the ocean. As concern grows over a new underwater dump, Lebanese are also pointing the finger at EU failures.
June 15, 2017
Martin Jay says the West should support food aid for the Syrian people
September 7, 2016
Martin Jay looks into how the new British prime minister will handle the Brexit process.
July 17, 2016
The Samaha decision looks like a move in the right direction for a country that has so often taken missteps, writes Martin Jay
May 1, 2016
Families in refugee villages simply don't get enough support, says Martin Jay
February 6, 2016
The impetus to end the conflict in Syria is waning, argues Martin Jay
January 21, 2016
The question is not whether Benjamin Netanyahu has the cash to win a war. It's whether he has the political capital to lose one and still remain in office.
January 7, 2016
A strong voice of protest has risen on Beirut’s streets along with the rising tide of rubbish. But who are the organisers of You Stink and why is there a fierce reaction to the group’s success?
October 22, 2015
The European Union has been far too absent on key issues from the situation in Syria to refugees, writes Martin Jay
October 18, 2015
To succeed, Haider Al Abadi needs to be smarter – in both political sphere and in economics, writes Martin Jay
September 27, 2015
Turkey’s stand on Kurds appear designed to foment trouble rather than to solve it, argues Martin Jay
August 3, 2015
The Syrian regime is wobbling, but will Bashar Al Assad's traditional allies catch his fall? Martin Jay asks
June 28, 2015
Martin Jay looks at the options facing the Kurds
May 4, 2015
Sheikh Mohammed invites public to help shape the country’s future
Abul Gheit: UAE-Israel deal halted 'certain' annexation
How Donald Trump got away with paying annual income tax bill of just $750
UAE's Edge eyes chips and drones for charting a post-Covid course
Diaa Saba: Al Nasr become first Arab club to sign Israeli footballer