An Islamic Republic divided against itself cannot stand.
The United States has forfeited its authority as a neutral broker. It may be time for the Palestinian street to have its say.
ISIS is looking to regroup, and is setting its sights eastward.
FP staffers learn what really killed the Romans and why the 1930s should scare us to death.
How Saudi women finally grabbed the wheel from the country's religious conservatives.
The plight of the Rohingya is a rare moment of global unity for Muslim countries. But will that be enough to save them?
How Alice Weidel manages to be a globalist and nativist at the same time.
Washington opts for tepid rhetoric and behind-the-scenes diplomacy rather than confronting Myanmar over what some call “ethnic cleansing.”
It’s not a system based on chance, it does not encourage our enemies, and it can’t be addressed in 140 characters.
Riyadh has decided its violent confrontation with Iran needs to come to the homefront.
Just as the Arab world struggles to come to grips with jihadism, the United States has failed to grapple with its own demons.
The epicenter of the Arab-Israeli crisis will always be the Temple Mount, where both sides struggle over ancient history and modern-day politics.
The American Muslim community is growing into a dynamic group — one that is firmly planted in the U.S. tradition of individualism.