After the election, will the Shi'a, Sunni, and Kurdish parties cooperate?
Israel will need to achieve surprise if it hits Iran's nuclear program—yet that's very hard to do.
Hopefully the "Arab Spring" conflicts won't last as long.
Good and bad ideas.
America has long wanted its Persian Gulf allies to work together. Now that they're mad at us, it's happening.
Iran's supreme leader is struggling to manage his hardline supporters.
Europe's century of upheaval—and the revolutions in the middle of them—offer insights into the post–Arab Spring world.
The law and politics of denying Iran's prospective UN ambassador a visa.
Erdogan and Obama's differences over Syria feel like a replay of Eisenhower and Menderes.
An alleged fundraiser for jihadists may be losing his post at the head of Kuwait's Justice Ministry, but the broader problem is far from solved.
Putting the confessed spy on the table in the peace talks was always a bad idea.
It may be returning to its deadlier, more centralized pre-9/11 structure.
Focus on the bright possibilities of the future, not the dark tragedies of the past.
East, west and south are at risk of falling apart.
Banks are afraid to release the Iranian money promised in the deal.
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