The showdown in the Gulf shows no signs of ending. And there don’t seem to be any clear winners emerging.
Rainbow flags, political challengers, and citizenship laws are all in Cairo’s crosshairs.
As Trump increasingly boxes in Tehran, U.S. allies should be worried about the potential for a devastating cyberattack from the Islamic Republic.
Dueling PR campaigns just reached a whole new level in the ongoing Gulf crisis.
It costs more to maintain the Pentagon’s military bands than to operate the al Udeid base.
A rare on-the-record interview gives a glimpse into the mind of America’s quietest diplomat-in-chief.
Doha argues its citizens are suffering as a result of the three-country blockade
The Saudis don’t believe the young emir of Qatar is really running the country — and they’re looking for regime change.
Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies have given Qatar until Monday to comply with a list of demands that are unreasonable at best. So where does it go from here?
“Qatar is not isolated,” he insists.
As the crisis in the Gulf heats up, the impossible demands made by the Saudis and Emiratis virtually ensure that things will get ugly.
There’s leverage to be had and U.S. national security interests at stake. But if the United States doesn’t act now, things could get a whole lot worse.