And the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
After all, most Egyptians and Jordanians are anti-Israel, too, and yet their countries’ peace agreements have lasted.
There is much the U.S. can do short of tearing up the agreement.
Enlightened despotism has served it well.
Shared goals, not speeches.
A preference for states.
A bold new strategy.
Islamic State will lose the battle, but who will win the war?
It’s not the Western powers.
Aside from Israel, Iran and Turkey have proved most successful.
American policy should seek improvements, not solutions.
Containing Iran in the Middle East.
In 1949, Bernard Lewis had to change his travel plans.