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Robert Fisk

Middle East Correspondent

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Robert Fisk is The Independent’s multi-award-winning Middle East correspondent, based in Beirut. He has lived in the Arab world for more than 40 years, covering the war in Syria and Lebanon, five Israeli invasions, the Iran-Iraq war, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the Algerian civil war, Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait, the Bosnian and Kosovo wars, the American invasion and occupation of Iraq and the 2011 Arab revolutions.

Where are the remains of Khashoggi's predecessor?

It is pitiful to listen to Netanyahu blathering on about 'the last anniversary of the revolution [the Iranians] will celebrate' if Iran attacks Tel Aviv. It is equally pitiful to listen to a Revolutionary Guards commander claiming that Iran could demolish entire cities in Israel if the US attacked Iran

There’s something familiar about the west’s approach to Venezuela

Instead of pleading with those who will not support him, the self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela might want to take a closer look at who his foreign friends are

How far can we trust historical documentaries?

Recreating ‘authenticity’ to engage audiences risks undermining a proper reliance on archive sources, says Robert Fisk

Spare me the American tears for Jamal Khashoggi

A generation ago, the CIA’s 'Operation Phoenix' torture and assassination programme in Vietnam went way beyond the imaginations of the Saudi intelligence service. And have we forgotten about the thousands of Muslims still perishing under our bombs and missiles and mortars?