The flotilla raid could cause our relations with Ankara to implode—and severely harm the transatlantic alliance.
Israel attacked a ship of fools and ended up looking like the foolish one.
The fighting may be over, but conflict in Lebanon is still going strong. Two experts discuss proxy wars and regional ramifications of the crisis.
Is Lebanon on the rebound? In the wake of the Doha peace agreement, experts weighed in on the future of the divided country at the Nixon Center.
Are we merely waiting for a casus belli in the Levant this summer?
The essentially non-violent Brotherhood is too diverse—and its organizational boundaries are too poorly defined—to dismiss it as a breeding ground for Islamist terror.
In a few days, the administration will be attending a regional conference in Baghdad that Iran and Syria have also been invited to attend. But it is premature to herald a foreign-policy paradigm shift, says Geoffrey Kemp.
People lament the absence of Muslims who can punch holes in the radicals' arguments, but unfortunately we won't get to hear this one.
Greenberg takes us into the members-only event yesterday with President Ahmadinejad at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Engaging in unconventional diplomacy with these actors today could avert unconventional warfare tomorrow.