Iraq is drowning in violence and corruption, parts of it are occupied by 'Islamic State'. Has it become ungovernable? This week on DW's Conflict Zone is the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
Jordan's Islamic Action Front claims to be a moderate party, but is it creating a welcome atmosphere for violence and discrimination in the country? MP and spokeswoman Dima Tahboub is on Conflict Zone this week.
Fifty years on and Israeli occupation continues. Peace is stalled. Elections delayed. Why, after so long, have the Palestinians achieved so little? Tim Sebastian meets Nabeel Shaath, adviser to the Palestinian president.
As the world marks 50 years of Israeli occupation in Palestine, Conflict Zone speaks with Yair Lapid in Tel Aviv, a former finance minister who is tipped as a future prime minister. What is his vision for peace?
After Sweden dropped its investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Justice Minister Morgan Johansson has blamed Assange for the lack of progress on DW’s Conflict Zone.
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