The Trump administration's peace plan is irreparably flawed. The longer it's postponed, the better.
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President Trump’s unexpected announcement of U.S. withdrawal from Syria holds special significance for Washington’s Syrian- Kurdish partners, who have been essential in the fight against Islamic State.
The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran has proved one of the most consequential events in the history of modern terrorism.
An end to the Saudi intervention is a good first step to ending suffering in Yemen, but by itself it will not be enough.
Counterterrorism officials must be on alert for the next cause that, like in Syria, produces a surge of foreign fighters and terrorism. But they should not assume past is prologue.
Canary Mission undermines the Israeli cause.
Israel’s Supreme Court Hands a Victory to Lara Alqasem, But the Future of Foreigners’ Free Speech Remains Uncertain
The Alqasem ruling seems to make the possibility that the Supreme Court will strike down Israel’s anti-BDS law even more remote.
The Trump administration ramped up pressure on Iran this week, but what does it want?
A Democratic House can help decrease the risk of terrorism, limit the endless post-9/11 wars, and restore some coherence to the U.S.’s Middle East policy.
President Trump’s conduct in the Middle East leaves Israel more vulnerable on multiple fronts.