The world must not forget Africa in the fight against terrorism, but military solutions can only go so far, argues Nathaniel Robinson
Gregory Pichorowycz ponders Obama’s foreign policy – what he says and what he doesn’t.
Within the barbaric slaughter of the middle east Kurdistan is still a source of hope, writes Frazer Kerr
September 29 is to become the UK’s official Bomb Iraq Day in recognition of the country’s long-held tradition.
Editor-in-Chief Ben Mackay introduces Canvas’s latest edition on the Middle-East.
In this thoughtful article, Gregory Pichorowycz evaluates the case of military intervention in Syria, concluding that it is essential for the well-being of the Syrian people.
In this article, Thomas Leighton explores the relationship between Turkey and Syria in the wake of the Arab Spring.
George Richards assesses the conditions of workers in the United Arab Emirates and argues that it counts as modern day slavery.
Joe Austin examines the dark side of oil, looking beyond the immediate financial benefits of sitting on ‘black gold’.
In this article, Huw Wales examines the history of the pan-Arab movement, and assess the potential revival of the idea in a post-Arab Spring Middle East.