Will the liberal interventionists return under Obama's watch?
What are the reasons behind Israel's latest incursion into Gaza?
TNI Editor Justine Rosenthal sits down with terrorism expert Bruce Hoffman to discuss al-Qaeda...
Israel’s recent foray into Gaza has proven that it lacks the capability to plan long-term solutions to its problems.
Despite the excitement surrounding Obama’s selection of Richard Holbrooke and George Mitchell as peace envoys, it’s very unlikely that anything will change in the Middle East or south Asia.
Despite vows to not repeat its mistakes from Lebanon in 2006, Israel has made the same missteps in Gaza.
Our stance on the conflict in Gaza might undermine our attempts to rein in India over November’s Mumbai attacks.
Iran’s economy is crumbling, thanks to market conditions and American sanctions. Are the mullahs scared enough to negotiate?
Iran, land of medieval punishments, fatwas and Ahmadinejad, actually has potential for positive political change. But encouraging this necessitates changes in American policy.
With instability in the Middle East now compounded by a resurgent Russia, the time is ripe to push for a major breakthrough in U.S.-Iran relations.
Access all of our articles all of the time. Subscribe today: 6 issues for $29.95