Making sense of the latest clash in Syria's complex civil war.
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A preliminary analysis of the international legality of each party's actions.
Israel intercepts an Iranian drone and retaliates, U.S. troops attacked by the Assad regime, Egypt launches a new counterterrorism offensive, and Iraq raises funds to recover.
U.S. draws down its forces in Iraq, Mohammed bin Salman tries carrots and sticks with royal rivals, and Israeli and Palestinian officials are at an impasse.
Recent developments provide an opportunity to take stock of the implementation of the Israeli anti-BDS travel ban almost one year after it became law.
The Knesset is considering a bill that would ease the burdens of sentencing terrorists to death in Israeli military courts and expand the possibility of such sentencing in civilian criminal courts.
Tillerson’s new Syria strategy is silent on Turkey’s intervention, Vice President Pence receives a warm welcome in Jerusalem, and Egypt prepares for presidential elections in March.
Iran cracks down on protests, Saudi economic reforms stoke royal divisions, and the Trump administration considers cuts to Palestinian aid.
An analysis of a proposal to change Israel’s national security legal structure.