Bartle Bull / August 15, 2014
Maliki's successor might be perceived as a more pleasant politician, but can he hold the country together?
Michael Goldfarb / August 14, 2014
With unified Kurdish forces helping break the siege of Mount Sinjar, are we moving closer to Kurdish independence?
President Obama has authorised air strikes in Iraq, but was his hand forced by a strategic decision to withdraw Kurdish forces?
Grasping the ethics of the crisis requires us to understand properly the concept of proportionality
Michael Clarke / August 4, 2014
The Jewish state usually makes sure its actions won't prompt repercussions from its allies in the US. This time it might have misjudged the situation
Five articles on the conflict
The militant organisation could be offered a compromise: more financial security in return for loosening their hold on Gaza
Prospect Team / July 31, 2014
Two Prospect cover stories on the fatal complexity of the Middle East peace process
Iravati Guha / July 31, 2014
The Indian Prime Minister voted for an inquiry into alleged Israeli war crimes, against the wishes of his party's pro-Israeli wing