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.
In an interview, Rosa Balfour discusses European tensions with the United States over the chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal.
Mustapha al-Kadhimi’s promotion of regional dialogue allows him to address Iraq’s many vulnerabilities.
Far from being exceptions, botched American withdrawals have tended to be the rule in the broader Middle East.
Regime forces are staging a comeback in southern Syria, and this time Russia may be helping matters.
In an interview, Fatemeh Aman discusses how ongoing developments in Afghanistan might affect neighboring Iran.
Iran’s hardline leaders seek to use recent elections in the country to Islamize society at all levels.
No country can achieve sustainable political and economic development without ensuring legal equality for all.
Hezbollah’s actions in the past year and a half have turned many Lebanese against the party.
A Timeline of Events Since the Explosion in Beirut Port on August 4, 2020.
That the Lebanese still don’t know what happened on August 4 shows there may be no way back for the Lebanese state.