Normalizing ties with Israel could mean removal from the U.S. state sponsors of terrorism list, allowing the country to rebuild its shattered economy—but U.S. legislators are standing in the way.
Apple TV+ premieres series by the director of “Homeland” that captivated Israelis this summer.
A country that previously took in refugees could become an exporter of people as government ineptitude and an economic cataclysm destroy all hope.
What’s behind an odd, international campaign to free a Russian operative from a Libyan jail?
The conflict between Ethiopia and Egypt over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam has already started. It’s just happening in cyberspace.
The continent's pop culture market is booming, just as U.S.-Chinese competition is heating up.
A solid blue state is closer to being in play this year—galvanizing Somali Americans in an election they call “do or die.”
Washington’s reliance on sanctions and maximum pressure will make it harder to strike a new deal constraining Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.
“We don’t need a cheering section,” said Trump’s U.N ambassador. But Washington does need international compliance to make snapback sanctions work.
It doesn’t matter whether Bush or Trump was worse when the problems are the same.
A string of assassinations has spawned conspiracy theories and intercommunal suspicion, threatening the country’s stability.
The burning of the Moria refugee camp in Lesbos has exposed the EU’s short-sighted, inhumane, and ineffective approach to asylum.
Bipartisan congressional support for removing Sudan from U.S. terrorism lists grows as Khartoum pledges hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation to American victims.