Because of the deep crisis in Lebanon, investors are finding ways to opt out of the financial system.
Idlib is heavily dependent on the delivery of aid, the disruption of which would almost surely create a humanitarian crisis.
The recent Gaza conflict showed that attitudes toward Israel in the United States are shifting.
U.S. President Joe Biden says he wants “equal measures of freedom, prosperity, and democracy” for Gaza. What steps can he take to achieve that in practice?
In an interview, Marwan Muasher explains what the current conflict between Israelis and Palestinians means.
Gebran Bassil and Saad al-Hariri have existential political fears, but their stubbornness could undermine their ambitions.
Centering rights and human security will not only help create the conditions needed to achieve a durable political solution but also promote U.S. interests abroad.
After decades of on and off negotiations and failed peace initiatives and as Israel continues to block the emergence of a sovereign and viable Palestinian state, it is time for a shift in U.S. policy toward Palestinian-Israeli peacemaking.
Might the Arab states hand Lebanon over to Syria as compensation for distancing itself from Iran?
Jordan’s bahhara have suffered from a closed border with Syria, but efforts to resume informal trade ties continue.