Patrick Cockburn

Patrick Cockburn is the author of War in the Age of Trump (Verso).

A Gathering of Autocrats: Trump Puts US on Sunni Muslim Side of Bitter Sectarian War with Shias

Trump’s Extravagant Saudi Trip Distracts from His Crisis at Home

The Two Most Dangerous Men in the World: Trump and Crown Prince Salman

As Trump Cozies Up to Saudi Arabia, War With Iran Becomes More Likely

Arming the Kurds: Trump’s Syrian Gambit

The Great Division: the Return of Nationalism

The Fall of Mosul and Raqqa Won’t Spell the End of ISIS

100 Days of Trump: Why We Should Fear Him More Than Ever

Treating Mental Health Patients as Criminals

A Turkey Divided by Erdogan Will Become Prey to Its Enemies

America Must Start Looking How to End All the Wars It Has Started

Why the G7 Couldn’t Change Putin’s Mind on Assad, Even If They Wanted To

The End of Democracy in Turkey?

The Destruction of Mosul: Stranded in a City Under Siege

Isis’s 17-Suicide Car Bomb Attack in Mosul

Trapped and Starving to Death in Mosul’s Old City

Missteps in Mosul: Launching an Attack Before Clearing ISIS Safe Zones

Bloodbath in West Mosul: Civilians Being Shot by Both ISIS and Iraqi Troops

ISIS’s Losses in Syria and Iraq Will Make It Difficult to Recruit

From Paris to London: Another City, Another Attack

Brexit, Nationalism and the Damage Done

Why Trump Should Stay Out of Yemen

Syria’s Civil War Is Almost Over … And Assad Has Won

Why We Shouldn’t Feel Too Optimistic If ISIS is Driven From Mosul

Iraqi Army Makes Big Gains in Battle for Mosul