Growing Kurdish autonomy in Syria could shake up the region—and Washington is on its heels.
Using some states as props for argument—and playing lawyer for others.
A natural American ally.
A tour of the U.S. position in the Middle East.
The U.S. fears deep ties between the Turks and Iraq's Kurds will be destabilizing. They're missing an opportunity.
It doesn't mean we should still be there.
Iraq’s industrial heartland lies in its southern marshes. Can it survive regional and internal threats, and lead the country forward?
An inclusive and legitimate regional security agreement could be the answer to the Middle East's most serious problem: an instable order.
Comparisons to the parliament's Iraq War struggles are apt—the Turkish parliament's, that is.
Follow The National Interest