Women Write Better Constitutions
If you want to form a more perfect union, in Syria or elsewhere, you can’t rely on men.
The United States and Turkey Should Fix Their Relationship — Before It’s Too Late
McMaster, Mattis, and Tillerson are having tough conversations with Turkish counterparts.
Iran Is Playing With Fire in Syria
The downing of an Israeli jet won’t fundamentally alter the Middle East’s strategic balance.
The Trouble Before the Storm
The past year gives no indication that Trump is ready for a military crisis in the Middle East.
Jerusalem: After 30 Years of Hope and Failure, What’s Next for Israel/Palestine?
The United States has forfeited its authority as a neutral broker. It may be time for the Palestinian street to have its say.
Inside Saudi Arabia’s Push to Silence Criticism of Its Brutal War in Yemen
Behind the scenes at the U.N., Riyadh and its friends are blocking resolutions and killing human rights investigations.
Is Obama Too Thoughtful for His Own Good?
In today’s complex, tumultuous world of global affairs, perhaps nuance and patience aren’t assets for an American president.