To reveal or conceal?
Now that Iraq has made a lengthy declaration on its weapons' programmes, the burden is on the US to prove that Baghdad is lying, Khaled Dawoud reports from Washington
An apology -- of sorts
Iraq's 'apology' to Kuwait appears to have fallen on deaf ears, writes Sherine Bahaa
Who's kidding whom?
Nyier Abdou finds a report on human rights abuses in Iraq issued by the British government overshadowed by conspicuous timing
In the service of empire
Lamis Andoni, in the first of a series on America's war hawks, looks at the views of the man who coined the phrase "clash of civilisations"
Israel's eid gift
Taghreed El-Khodary visits the aftermath of an Israeli massacre in Gaza
What price is Ankara willing to pay to ensure that it remains on the US's good side? Gareth Jenkins reviews reactions to Turkey's decision to open its airbases to the US
Confining Barghouti's voice
Israel is keeping Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti in solitary confinement for giving a press interview. Is this a telling sign for the fairness of his upcoming trial, asks Jonathan Cook from Jerusalem
'We will never leave'
Michael Jansen visits Qalqilya which will soon be incarcerated behind Israel's concrete wall