The most important takeaway from the killing of Qassem Suleimani doesn’t just have to do with Iran.
Do-over elections and political paralysis are undermining faith in the system.
“You really have to go back to decades ago in the U.S., to Dust Bowl days, to understand just how devastating this can be.”
Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt for three decades, leaving a legacy of oppression and corruption.
Bernie Sanders, if he wins the White House, could be the first U.S. leader in more than 40 years to declare Jewish settlements illegal.
Big declines in the United States, Europe, and Asia and an inverted yield curve indicate market players are starting to fear the worst.
Tensions with Iran almost scuttled a major international training exercise in the Sahel.
EU funds for Libyan militias forced thousands of migrants into dangerous Libyan detention centers. Now, after being evacuated, some of them are stuck as far away as Rwanda—with no idea if they will ever be resettled.
Musical chairs in the Iraqi parliament can no longer solve the country's problems.
The process and results of the Iowa caucuses would be roundly denounced and challenged in the courts in most developing countries. So why are they allowed to stand in the United States?
Trump’s peace plan killed any hope of a negotiated settlement. Rather than empty rhetoric, Palestinian leaders owe their people a new approach—even if it means disbanding the PA.
Tehran’s goals are pragmatic—and may be in line with Washington’s.
Funding for Trump’s border wall, populism in Ireland, and a repurposed Middle East peace plan.