In an interview, Joe Macaron examines the specifics of the shifting U.S. attitude toward the Middle East
After Lebanon’s civil war, the country’s sectarian parties infiltrated the state and fed off of it.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
In an interview, author James Hanning discusses his new book on the spy Kim Philby’s years in Beirut.
Jordan has started to take a leading role in ending Syria’s isolation, after years of pursuing a contrary policy.
In an interview, Kheder Khaddour discusses the likely outcomes in Syria’s northwest, where Russian and Turkish aims clash.
Regional and international actors are accumulating cards to engage in a new Middle Eastern power game.
In an interview, Armenak Tokmajyan examines the regional implications of developments in southern Syria.
In an interview, Hamza Meddeb discusses Tunisian President Qaïs Saied’s further consolidation of power.
In an interview, Andrew S. Weiss and Frederic Wehrey discuss Russian policy in the Middle East and North Africa.
After spending decades deriding the post-Taif constitution, Michel Aoun has just shown Maronites its merits.
In an interview, Azzam al-Kassir discusses Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham and what explains its pragmatism in a time of change.
Turkey’s success in finding a role in Afghanistan could bring its leadership valuable benefits.