On Tunisia:
Book Review of Safwan Masri’s Tunisia: An Arab Anomaly | LSE Middle East Centre blog | November 2017
The Berlin attack proves Tunisia, the single success of the Arab Spring, is yet to overcome its past | The Telegraph | December 2016
POMEPS Conversation on Tunisia's Ennahda | POMEPS | May 2016
How Tunisia's Ennahda party turned from its Islamist roots | Monkey Cage (Washington Post) | May 2016
Do Tunisia's Quartet really deserve the Nobel Peace Prize? | The Telegraph | December 2015
Nobel peace prize: national dialogue brought Tunisia back from the brink | The Guardian | October 2015
Will Tunisia’s fragile transition survive the Sousse attack? | Monkey Cage (Washington Post) | June 2015
Terror in Tunisia: tourist deaths on the beaches of Sousse will start a national crisis | The Guardian | June 2015
What happens when Islamists lose an election? | Monkey Cage (Washington Post) | June 2015
Radicalizing Islamist Youth | Sada | May 2015
The Tunisia attacks are a test for its democracy | Prospect | March 2015
On the Bardo museum attack in Tunis | The Conversation | March 2015
Ennahda’s Next Move. Tunisia’s Islamists lose an election | Sada | November 2014
In Tunisia. On Islamist election campaigning | LRB Blog | October 2014
Who is threatening free speech in post-revolutionary Tunisia? | FreeSpeechDebate & Eurozine | January 2014
Let’s Make a Deal: Letter From Tunis | Foreign Affairs | December 2013
Tunisia’s Ennahda and the challenge of power | Sada | August 2013
On Tunisia’s transition to democracy | Comment is Free | December 2012
On Islamism and secularism in Tunisia | openDemocracy | January 2012

From Israel and Palestine:
On the drowning out of popular protest in Israel | The Observer | February 2010
On Israel’s war in Gaza | The Guardian | February 2010
On the play ‘I am Yusuf and This Is My Brother’ | The Guardian | January 2010
On the Palestinian prisoner Marwan Barghouti | The Observer | November 2009
On Islamisation in Gaza | The Guardian | October 2009
On torture in Palestinian jails | The Guardian | October 2009
On Israeli settlements: Israelis, Palestinians, settlement infrastructure | The Guardian | August 2009
On the rise of Israel’s Avigdor Lieberman | The Guardian | August 2009
On one village’s protest at the West Bank barrier | The Guardian | April 2009
On one Palestinian family’s experience of war in Gaza | The Guardian | January 2009
On Gaza under war | The Guardian | January 2009
On the West Bank barrier: Israelis and Palestinians | The Guardian | July 2008
On the shared history of a Jerusalem home | The Guardian | May 2008
On ordinary lives in Gaza: the fisherman, the farmer, the father, the widow, the teacher | The Guardian | May 2008
On Palestinian prisoners | The Guardian | February 2008
Investigating the death of a Palestinian schoolgirl | The Guardian | November 2007
An interview with Azmi Bishara | The Guardian | July 2007
On the death of Huda Ghalia in Gaza | The Guardian Weekend magazine | March 2007
On Saddam Hussein’s execution | The Guardian | December 2006
On a slide towards civil war in Gaza | The Guardian | December 2006
Investigating the women of Hamas | The Guardian | December 2006

From the Middle East:
On immigrant workers in Dubai | The Guardian | March 2006
On the restoration of the Amiriya mosque in Yemen | The Guardian Weekend magazine | March 2006
On the Egyptian writer Alaa al-Aswany | The Guardian | February 2006
On the Syrian opposition | The Guardian | November 2005
On a Lebanese film about the Sabra and Chatila massacre | The Guardian | November 2005
On the Muslim Brotherhood and an Egyptian election | The Guardian | November 2005
On a Syrian soap opera | The Guardian | November 2005
On an Algerian amnesty | The Guardian | September 2005

From Iraq:
On two years living in Iraq | The Guardian | February 2005
A diary of life in Baghdad | The Guardian Weekend magazine | January 2005
On the first election in Iraq | The Guardian | January 2005
On women in Iraq | The Guardian | January 2005
On meeting Iraqi insurgents | The Guardian | December 2004
On re-educating Ba’athists | The Guardian | October 2004
On the fight for Najaf | The Guardian | August 2004
Investigating the death of a wedding party | The Guardian | May 2004
On Iraq’s Olympic hopefuls | The Guardian | May 2004
After the invasion of Fallujah | The Guardian | April 2004
In Fallujah | The Guardian | April 2004
On lives in Iraq: the widow, the soldier, the politician, the diplomat | The Guardian | March 2004
An early investigation into the death of Baha Mousa in Basra | The Guardian | February 2004
On the capture of Saddam | The Guardian | December 2003
On compensation for Iraqi deaths | The Guardian | November 2003
On a US army medevac | The Guardian | October 2003
On a survivor from a mass grave | The Guardian | June 2003
On finding Salam Pax, the Baghdad blogger | The Guardian | May 2003
On Kathy Kelly, an American peace activist in Baghdad | The Guardian | February 2003
On Iraqis and the wait for war | The Guardian | January 2003
On Sean Penn in Iraq | The Guardian | December 2002

From Afghanistan and Pakistan:
On the rise of Pakistan’s religious right | The Guardian Weekend magazine | May 2003
On the fallout of a raid on an Afghan village | The Guardian | October 2002
On an Afghan widow | The Guardian | October 2002
A profile of Benazir Bhutto | The Guardian | August 2002
On Pakistan’s General Musharraf | The Guardian | July 2002
On the killing of the journalist Daniel Pearl | The Guardian | July 2002
On Pakistan’s Islamist militants | The Guardian | May 2002
On the search for al-Qaida | The Guardian | February 2002
In Tora Bora | The Guardian | December 2001
On the Kabul museum after the fall of the Taliban | The Guardian | November 2001
On the women of Kabul | The Guardian | November 2001
On the re-opening of a Kabul cinema | The Guardian | November 2001
On forced marriage in Pakistan | The Guardian | January 2001
On Afghan rebel leader Ahmad Shah Masood | The Guardian | December 2000

Full archive of all Rory’s articles for The Guardian