Topic: Islam and Democracy

Pro-Trump demonstrators in favour of the immigration ban (photo: Reuters/Ringo Chiu)

US Middle East foreign policy

West versus the rest

Multipliers during a training course at police headquarters in Cologne (photo: Avista Assadi)

Countering radicalisation with '180° Turn'

Together we are strong

Graffiti in Libya

Libya, Al Koni and the Skhirat Agreement

A fatal blow

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the military

Pakistan and the Trump factor

Who pays the piper

"Russia is with you!": Russian food aid handout in Aleppo

The situation post-Aleppo

An orphaned revolution

Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran, Russia's President Putin and the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

Putin, Assad and the fall of Aleppo

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Masters of disinformation

Tunisian Secretary of State Saida Ounissi (photo: Ennahda France)

Interview with Tunisian Secretary of State Saida Ounissi

Don′t marginalise your Muslims

Erdogan′s Turkey

Spinning out of control

Stock secularism image (source: www.ncr.sy)

Secularism in the Islamic world

Part II – Clouding the issue

In May 2015, the NGO Nahnoo organised a demonstration in front of the closed park gates to demand its re-opening (photo: Changiz M. Varzi)

Civil rights in Lebanon

″Reclaiming Beirut′s public space″

Dar-as-Salam Mosque in Berlin (photo: DW/C. Cottrell)

Berlin Imam Mohamed Tahi Sabri

″Muslims, go and vote!″

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks to supporters at Gaziantep on 28.08.2016 (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/S. Suna)

Turkish foreign policy

Erdogan′s volte-face

A US soldier stands on his Stryker vehicle as a US military convoy passes into the Czech Republic at Harrachov

US presidential election

Ever the aliens

The Egyptian military pulls the strings of power – graffiti on a wall close to Tahrir Square in Cairo (photo. Reuters)

Political discourse in the Arab world

Defaming democracy

Imam in a mosque (photo: Nikolay Doychinov/AFP/Getty Images)

Islamic law

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The trust deficit

Criticised by his enemies, celebrated by his supporters: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (photo: Reuters)

Turkey post-coup

In times of paranoia

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