The showdown with Qatar is forcing all Middle Eastern countries to pick sides — and leaving two of them in the lurch.
Beijing is using the region's ongoing woes to solidify its own geopolitical agenda.
A Saudi-led coalition wanted to permanently ostracize its rival. One year later, Qatar has more influence in the West than ever.
America's Arab allies have always wanted to buy direct access to U.S. foreign policy, and they finally found a seller.
The region is at risk of a nuclear arms race. Washington needs to stop proliferation before it starts.
Trump's actions may ultimately weaken the strength of sanctions as a tool of U.S. statecraft.
The United States has outsourced its foreign policy to regional allies. In South Korea, it might lead to peace — in Israel, it’s more likely leading to war.
Trump walks away from the nuclear deal, but big Asian buyers are likely to keep snapping up Iranian crude.
What happens when the Saudi military's massive budget meets Iran's mastery of asymmetric warfare? Here's a preview.
Moscow and Riyadh are conspiring to rig global oil markets against the United States.
While the White House fetes the kingdom’s crown prince, lawmakers are running out of patience with Riyadh’s catastrophic war in Yemen.