Examining Hezbollah, the paramilitary group at the heart of the Saudi-Iran contest for the Middle East.
Once the Assad regime and its allies consolidate their hold on Syria, the focus could once again shift back to Israel.
It won’t be easy for the Trump administration to reassemble the kind of international consensus that drove Iran to the negotiating table back in 2013.
A brief history of Iran, a country that the Trump administration seems to have singled out as America’s primary geopolitical foe in the Middle East.
Some fear that a new settlement law in Israel could serve as legal precedent for expelling Palestinians from the West Bank.
Israel’s right-wing parties have been celebrating Donald Trump’s victory, but there could be some very negative long-term implications arising from this new direction in US-Israel relations.
Donald Trump’s stunning win is expected to bring big changes to US foreign policy. Here’s what we can expect.
Part two in a series exploring the far-ranging impacts of the Iran nuclear deal, this article responds to "A New Balance of Power in the Middle East" and examines what the deal means for Israel.
The Vienna Agreement on Iran’s nuclear program will have far-reaching geopolitical ramifications in the Middle East and beyond.
The Syrian civil war has created a strategic dilemma for Israel: Is the collapse of the Assad regime worth the risk of what might replace it?