WebsiteSeph writes for Left Foot Forward on the Middle East and Foreign Policy. He is the Events and Membership Officer for the Council for Arab-British Understanding (Caabu). He previously worked with the Palestinian Authority on economic and trade issues and has worked for the Labour Party as a parliamentary researcher and General Election organiser.
Over the last few years the world has been moving towards a growing consensus over a key barrier to peace in the region – continuing Israeli settlement of the Palestinian West Bank, reports Seph Brown.
International intervention in Libya has suffered an early setback with the public, politicians and analysts displaying serious misgivings regarding the scope, timescale and goals of the military campaign, writes Seph Brown.
As the world comes to terms with intervention in Libya, and while Yemen and Bahrain once again resort to violence to quell popular uprisings, another Arab state has begun to feel the familiar rumbling of unrest, reports Seph Brown.