By Simon GolanIt’s no secret that Al Jazeera is one of the world’s most influential and influential news outlets.
That’s a reputation that extends beyond the region.
The channel has been at the forefront of the fight against human rights abuses, with stories on such topics as the war in Syria, the rise of the Islamic State (IS) and other global developments.
But the channel has also seen its influence wane in recent years, particularly in the US and Canada, as more of its content was pulled over by the Trump administration.
That changed this year, with the launch of the Al Jazeera America, an effort to take Al Jazeera out of the US, and into a Canadian market.
Its new programming includes a series of video reports from the Middle East and the West, along with a new series called Bigger and better, which will debut in September.
The first piece of the new Bigger & better will be a video from Canada that examines the relationship between the United States and the Arab World, according to Al Jazeera.
The first report will examine the Trump Administration’s response to the Syrian civil war, which has seen its impact on the region’s politics and the region itself.
This is a chance to look at the US’s relationship with the region, Al Jazeera said in a statement.
The second piece of Bigger, better will look at US foreign policy and how it has shaped the region over the last 20 years, as well as the United Kingdom, France and Israel.
“Al Jazeera America’s video series will explore the US government’s approach to the Middle Eastern conflict, and will include reports on US policy, including its role in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the rise and fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan,” Al Jazeera noted in a news release announcing the project.
“The series will also highlight the rise in violent extremism and the threat posed by the Islamic Republic of Iran, which the US is now trying to isolate.”
This story originally appeared on Al Jazeera UK