President Trump should seize the opportunity to help end the strategic and humanitarian calamity in Yemen.
By becoming an active part of Lebanon’s loathed political class, Hezbollah has faced the wrath of protestors too.
Popular movement reflects a growing confrontation between the old language of 'sects' and a new language of citizenship and social justice.
Tens of thousands of Lebanese protested on Sunday to keep up a nationwide street movement that has brought down the government, hours after a smaller rally of thousands was held to support the embattled president.
The jihadi threat, while still dangerous, has been overtaken by the scourge of homegrown right-wing extremist terror.
Lebanon's Prime Minister's resignation is unlikely to trigger the changes that the protestors are demanding.
Lebanon’s protesters succeeded in one of their demands: the resignation of the country’s embattled Prime Minister. After the seismic protests, what is the best way forward?
Lebanon’s youths are fed up with the traditional reflexes of sect that keep the population divided.
Russia has returned to the Middle East as a major power player. Yet its toolkit is modest, providing an opening for the United States to correct its recent policy changes.
The reemergence of Russia as a major power broker in the Middle East is striking because for a quarter century after the Cold War, Russia had been absent from the region. But Russia’s absence, and not its return, is the anomaly.