Regime change in Syria is inevitable. The Arab League must help make it a reality.
Palestinian leaders seem to have no interest in talking to Israel this year. Instead, they may be gearing up for a full-scale diplomatic effort to delegitimize it.
The sanctions are not about Iran's nuclear program. They are aimed at regime change.
Israel has turned the peace process into a farce. The international community is taking notice.
Recent statements by Iranian officials are designed to mislead. Sanctions will not make them change their ways.
The immensely popular Turkish PM has transformed his country and shaken up the region. But can Washington trust him?
Abbas shouldn't get a free pass for presiding over corruption and inviting a diplomatic train wreck. But cutting American aid isn't the answer.
Why Washington should thank—not scold—Moscow for vetoing the UN resolution to increase sanctions on Syria.
The two-state solution is dead. America's credibility as a mediator is lost. Where Palestinians and Israelis stand in the wake of the UN showdown.
Obama's recent UN speech encapsualted his "peace-is-hard-work" approach. But it did not demonstrate the type of leadership Americans want to see.