Despite statements to the contrary, Lebanon’s political class seems unenthusiastic about forming a government today.
Spot analysis from Carnegie scholars on events relating to the Middle East and North Africa.
In an interview, Kheder Khaddour looks back at the wreckage of Syria on the anniversary of the start of its conflict.
Holding elections wouldn't solve all the problems Palestinians face, but they could lead to a semblance of unity, or at least modest signs of renewal and better coordination
The Saudi and U.S. government relationship is in crisis. Is the Biden administration doing enough to heal it?
A recent survey of experts on the region indicates a shift in views that Arab decisionmakers cannot ignore.
Is Hezbollah undermining its resistance by failing to address Lebanon’s many crises, as the late Anis Naccash implied?
Saad al-Hariri’s wager on a Sunni-Shi‘a partnership in the next phase is no less risky than was his alliance with Michel Aoun.
There are several reasons for why the Houthis have no incentive to reach a peace agreement in Yemen.
Developments on the ground in Dar‘a show that instability is bound to continue in the governorate.