America can find a middle ground in the Middle East.
It exposes the folly of America's Saudi romance.
Iraq needs a new surge—one that is focused on the reconstruction of the country's cultural heritage.
America must privately quash any expectation by the Afghans that the West will stand by it should its government fail to make necessary reforms.
In a few weeks, Trump may be the third president to attach his name to the war.
A public red-line warning to Assad has more weight because it brings into the equation the issue of U.S. credibility.
Assad may be hoping that another chemical-weapons attack in Idlib Province could dissuade further rebel advances.
If Qatar doesn’t change, the world around it will.
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