Smaller and internally more homogeneous political units may offer a brighter prospect for stability in the region than the forcible unification of decomposed Arab states.
Over the past eighteen months, it has increased its nuclear supply by 20 percent.
A nuclear deal is only the beginning. The president’s goal, at the expense of America’s allies, is full-fledged détente with Iran.
How the president has exploited the international campaign against IS in order to accommodate Iran.
Common enemies and shared interests have aligned the Saudis, the Egyptians, and other Arabs with the Jewish state. That’s the good news.
By seeking reconciliation with Iran, Washington alienates its allies and contributes to ever greater mayhem in the Middle East.
A single conflict now stretches from Baghdad to Beirut. How many sides are there—and whose side is the U.S. on?
Nobody could match him as an interpreter of the Arab Middle East—or as a deft and witty scourge of his academic opponents.
For the Obama administration, it’s a means toward a different end.
What his actions in Eastern Europe tell us about how Vladimir Putin sees the Middle East.
Not everything depends on us Israelis; but much does.
Have Israeli Jews really lost their self-confident, forward-looking spirit?
Why do scenarios for a better Middle East—like Yoav Sorek's—tend to succumb to the utopian temptation?
The president’s true message to Assad, Putin, and Khamenei: Get me out of here.