The Conflict Archives showcases insightful, absorbing writing and offers coverage of conflict, insurgency and politics across the globe including the middle east, africa and latin america.
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Syria's information war on social media spiralled out of control long ago.
The end of the sieges of Eastern Ghouta and Afrin mark a new phase in the Syrian War.
Syria is a global battlefield, the latest phase in a multi-generational regional war.
Most wanted list released by government in Baghdad, Iraq.
What is happening in northern Syria?
“It has become a city of ghosts, it is filled with the smell of death and blood.”
The war in Afghanistan is not about the Taleban or Al-Qa'ida anymore.
“There is no lack of Islamic militant groups here. You just haven’t heard of them yet.”
New rivalries and conflicts will ignite after the fall of Mosul.
Six ways Israel's stunning victory in 1967 reshaped the region.
Catastrophic wars, dirty politics and political strife in the West is strengthening British jihadists.
Decades ago, American military and intelligence communities did nothing to stop Saddam Hussein's chemical attacks.
Even if Mosul falls, disputes between the Shi'a, Sunni and Kurdish political and military factions will lead to Islamic State's return.
The war for Iraq and Syria will change the Greater Middle East.
Barack Obama's legacy in the Middle East will divide historians.
Nino Orto speaks to ex-jihadist on UK’s internal security threats.
Hitler’s War of Annihilation
A generation gap is at the heart of an identity crisis in the Druze community in the occupied Golan, reports Nino Orto.
Returning from Bangladesh, journalist Emma Pomfret discusses the war on the Rohingya Muslims.
Famine is being used as a weapon of war in Yemen.
Israel want to fight Hizbullah – when the moment arrives – in Lebanon but not in Syria.
Director of the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies at Tel Aviv University, Professor Uzi Rabi, in exclusive for Osservatorio Mashrek.
The Silk Roads present opportunities and nightmares for post-Brexit Britain.
Dr. Ahron Bregman on Israeli-Hezbollah relations and the current tensions between the rivals in Lebanon and Syria.
What will happen to Islamic State after the recapturing of its key territories in Syria and Iraq?
Washington is playing yesterday's game in the Middle East: The new administration will only deepen the crisis.
To understand drug trafficking is to understand modern economics. The only way the cartels can function is, contrary to popular culture, not by being an outcast in the economic system, but by being a fundamental part of it.
A thorough analysis of Los Zetas and an in-depth look at the Mexican conflict and its causes while breaking down the structure of a savage enterprise tearing the country apart.
Gangster Warlords has immersive personal stories and characters and is the perfect introduction to Latin America’s violent crime wars.
Gripping historical analysis, a careful systematic break-down of the ultra-violent Mexican TOCs tearing the country apart.
Don Luis, much like nearly every civilian in Putumayo, was not left untouched by the bloodshed in Colombia.