Hussein Haridy 's Articles

Hussein Haridy describes the controversial legacy of former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger who died last week

Hussein Haridy remembers the life and lasting legacy of former US president John F Kennedy

The only route towards peace and security in the Middle East is by charting a sure and irreversible path towards the establishment of an independent Palestinian state, writes Hussein Haridy

There are signs that the Biden administration may at last be moving towards calling for a ceasefire in the Israeli war on Gaza.

The longer the Israeli war on Gaza lasts, the greater will be the Israeli losses on the battlefield and the international pressures for a ceasefire, writes Hussein Haridy

Through its brutal bombing campaign of the Gaza Strip, Israel seems set on killing off any chance of peace, security, and stability in the Middle East, writes Hussein Haridy

The longer the Israeli war on Gaza lasts, the greater are the risks of a major regional conflagration, writes Hussein Haridy

As long as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remains in power and there are no moves towards serious peace negotiations, neither the Israelis nor the Palestinians will be able to live in peace and security, writes Hussein Haridy

The deaths of over a thousand people in fighting between the Palestinian group Hamas and Israel this week must lead to serious and sustained efforts to implement a just solution to the Palestinian question, writes Hussein Haridy

Statements made by US President Joe Biden at the UN General Assembly show that he is more concerned to integrate Israel into the region than to implement a two-state solution on the ground, writes Hussein Haridy

With the world facing crises including climate change and increasing geopolitical polarisation, there is a greater need than ever for a strong and confident United Nations.

The signature of an agreement to establish an India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor at the recent G20 Summit is further proof that globalisation and geopolitics do not mix

What might have happened had the US accepted late Egyptian president Anwar Al-Sadat’s peace proposals in September 1981?

The addition of six new members to the BRICS group has not clarified its wider aims, notably on questions of international peace and security.

The summit meeting between the US, Japan, and South Korea at Camp David last week aimed at solidifying the strategic partnership between the three countries, writes Hussein Haridy

The Jeddah Process could mark the beginning of the end of the Ukraine war.

While the US has said that it does not seek conflict with China, the strategic and military alliances it has been building in the Indo-Pacific do not reflect this peaceful policy.

If the Saudi government normalises relations with Israel in the absence of a proper solution to the Palestinian issue, this will lead to an unrecognisable and more unstable Middle East.

Which of the two wars currently being fought in Ukraine will end first, asks Hussein Haridy

As the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu becomes ever more extreme, there is no sign of a restoration of warmth in US-Israeli relations, writes Hussein Haridy

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