As Trump increasingly boxes in Tehran, U.S. allies should be worried about the potential for a devastating cyberattack from the Islamic Republic.
From China to the Gulf to Europe, the world's power players are moving ahead without America.
There’s leverage to be had and U.S. national security interests at stake. But if the United States doesn’t act now, things could get a whole lot worse.
The best course of action is for Washington to take a back seat to Kuwait’s efforts to negotiate an end to the Gulf impasse.
American presidents have generally been pretty good at botching things in the Middle East, but this one is winning at it.
With a spectacular and bloody assault in central Tehran, the Sunni jihadi group is fanning the flames of a sectarian war.
When Donald Trump departed on his maiden overseas trip, it was impossible to resist the comparison with the last time a president got out of town to escape such a vortex of scandals: the summer of 1974, when Richard Nixon jetted to the Middle East and Moscow just weeks before Watergate consumed him.
The president’s trip to Saudi Arabia isn’t the start of a new relationship with the Arab world; it’s militarism, disdain for human rights, and caricature of religion.
How a Saudi television network — with a hand from Hollywood showrunners — is countering the narrative of terrorist propaganda.
It may be incremental, but it's coherent. And watch out, Iran.
As Riyadh tries to jar itself out of an economic rut.
The Mohammed bin Nayef Center for Counseling and Care is supposed to rehabilitate terrorists. It isn’t working — and it’s allegedly being used to imprison critics of the kingdom.