How does Russia position itself between Iran and Israel in the Middle East?
Choosing whom comes after Mahmoud Abbas may be a complicated endeavor.
What American voters may have wrought in the Middle East.
Contention about the pros and cons of the Oslo Accords is unlikely to end anytime soon.
It is too early to tell whether or not the recently signed Iran deal will have a drastic effect on Iran’s domestic political climate.
The Iran nuclear deal has yielded neither a verifiable Iranian commitment to restrict its nuclear endeavors to the parameters of a peaceful energy program, nor a mechanism that reliably prevents Iran from funneling the enormous unfrozen funds provided to it to all the wrong causes.
After a generation of subordinating so much to the priority of the peace process, it seems that the point of negotiations might have been allowing a new round of negotiations.
The United States has come out squarely to endorse a deal that tries to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons predominantly relying on positive inducements to get Iran to comply with its new formal commitments.
Doubts have been raised and criticisms continue to be made about Lebanon’s choice of upstream petroleum fiscal terms and strategies to award oil and gas licenses.
With the peace process at a standstill, it is now time to begin thinking about incremental alternatives focused on improving lives and renewing efforts with international organizations.