Will it be the Harvard- and MIT-educated mandarin, the coveralls-wearing man of the people — or someone else the world has never heard of?
The time is ripe for a U.S. approach based on pushing Iranian domestic politics into crisis.
For the first time since the military defeat of the Islamic State, Iraqis are voting for a new parliament. And Tehran and Washington aren’t getting in the way.
Iraqi politicians are finally crossing ethnic and religious lines. But how long can the good vibes last?
The Trump Administration’s lack of engagement has made the terrorist threat worse.
Airstrikes against Syria may galvanize support against the United States.
Two events, just minutes apart, had very different messages.
Having won the war, will the United States end up yet again squandering the peace?
The traditional object of the West’s romantic foreign-policy visions is now the graveyard of its idealism.
In a proposed aid overhaul, Nikki Haley embraces an “America first” foreign policy.
The United States invaded the Levant 15 years ago – but the region’s scorched-earth ideology has kept the fire burning.
U.S.-made tanks that fell into militia hands have sparked a standoff with Baghdad over assistance.
With the Islamic State on the brink of military defeat, the State Department is poised to eliminate the office charged with coordinating the fight.