An alliance that goes beyond Syria.
Will it stand up to mounting pressure from the U.S. and the Saudis?
It changed little, but revealed much.
Not a humanitarian endeavor.
Do populations agree with their leaders?
Hint: it’s not who you think it was. But his baleful legacy lives on in his successors.
To some degree, yes—but Arabs advocating a “peace between peoples” continue to face a high barrier, and need help.
The original nakba had nothing to do with the Zionists.
The U.S. should adjust its policies accordingly.
The inconstancy of America’s role in the Middle East is really no secret, either to its allies or to its enemies.
Because the conflict has many more players.