Regime forces are staging a comeback in southern Syria, and this time Russia may be helping matters.
No country can achieve sustainable political and economic development without ensuring legal equality for all.
Lebanon is caught between a rock and a hard place, and the implications of it as a failed state.
That the Lebanese still don’t know what happened on August 4 shows there may be no way back for the Lebanese state.
The country’s political leaders are hindering an investigation into the explosion at Beirut port, but that’s par for the course.
In an interview, Anatol Lieven discusses how the U.S. has erred in the broader Middle East.
In an interview, Sarah Yerkes discusses President Qaïs Said’s sidelining of the country’s cabinet and parliament.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
The border towns of Ouargla and Tataouine, suffer from a profound socio-economic marginalization by comparison to the northern and coastal regions.
Few things embody Lebanon’s breakdown more than the death last week of two of its most radiant intellectuals.