It will help the victims, annoy the perpetrators, and change the course of the war.
The Former Head of the Mossad Evaluates the Risks—and Rewards—of Israel's Gaza Invasion
July 18, 2014
Why Israel launched the ground operation and how long it is likely to last.
But he's still just dealing with the symptom, not the problem.
Hamas now possesses drone technology. This could lead to all-out war.
A Middle East Expert Explains Assad's Dangerous Charm, ISIS's Plans, and the Future of the Region
July 09, 2014
A conversation with former Syrian Ambassador Robert Ford.
A report from Jerusalem, where there's a frightening resignation in the face of racism.
How Not to Write A TV Drama About Arab Dictators
June 25, 2014
This show, from the producers of "Homeland," is an offensively boring attempt to humanize dictators.
How Bad Can the Iraq Situation Get? An Expert Weighs In.
June 24, 2014
“What if everything that has happened in Iraq since 2003 is just preamble to the main event?”
Assuming, that is, the mysterious Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri is even still alive.
Elliott Abrams shows some real nerve in a Politico Magazine article.