If the United States is done fighting for Saudi Arabia’s oil, it's done fighting for the entire region.
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Pentagon is cautious as Riyadh requests additional U.S. forces.
Netanyahu has no clear path to a government after failing to win a majority with his right-wing and religious allies.
Retired Vice Adm. John Miller says the United States and Saudi Arabia should ratchet up the war in Yemen to hit back at Iran.
So far, attacks attributed to Iran haven’t resulted in a military confrontation with the United States.
Benjamin Netanyahu scores points by promising to annex the West Bank. If he does, Israel faces a long transformative struggle between apartheid and multinational democracy—and democracy will win.
Tensions in the region spike as U.S. blames Iran.
Netanyahu is going after the West Bank ahead of Tuesday’s election, Bolton is out as U.S. national security advisor, and the unraveling of Taliban peace talks.
Some Israelis are worried it will leave them alone to confront Iran in the region.
Africa has the world’s youngest population and its oldest leaders. If the next generation wants change, young Africans must abandon dreams of private-sector success and enter the political arena.
Despite high inequality, lagging productivity, and serious long-term challenges, the current election campaign has barely mentioned economic policy.