The plight of the Rohingya is a rare moment of global unity for Muslim countries. But will that be enough to save them?
Trump’s uncritical embrace of Saudi Arabia is not advancing U.S. interests — it is escalating regional tensions and instability, and providing more room for America’s adversaries to gain influence.
Fifty years after the Six-Day War, the intellectualism that once lit up the Middle East has been all but extinguished by corrupt regimes and perverse religiosity.
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.
Trump shouldn't prematurely risk the opportunity to assemble an unprecedented coalition on efforts to bridge the Middle East's most enduring political divide.
The crisis comes as the United States weighs sharp cuts to U.N. humanitarian aid programs
The 44th president of the United States promised to bring change but mostly drove the country deeper into a ditch.
In the wake of the Iran nuclear deal, Saudi Arabia has increasingly taken matters into its own hands.
Obama should focus on facilitating the burgeoning relations between Israel and America’s most important Arab friends.
Israeli police are worried that attempts to carry out sacrifices in the Old City could spark tensions with Palestinians.
An Israeli Knesset member said his wife should not have to give birth next to an Arab woman.
A militia allied with the Syrian government is gaining ground and popularity. But it’s not just fighting to preserve President Bashar al-Assad’s state — it’s trying to redraw the borders of the Middle East.