Even without a physical state, the Islamic State can still fund its main product: political violence.
The United Nations’ Syria envoy, Staffan de Mistura, is stepping down. Is there any role left for the international community to play in ending Syria’s slaughter?
Russia and Turkey agreed to create a buffer zone around Idlib, but a confrontation between the two powers still seems inevitable.
Netanyahu’s persistent diplomacy with Putin failed to contain more troubling developments across the border that threaten his country’s long-term stability.
With its advanced missile arsenal, Hezbollah is better prepared than ever to inflict maximum damage.
“Neither Israel nor Hamas want a war right now … But both are dangerously close to participating in one.”
A new report criticizing labor practices at NYU's United Arab Emirates campus suggests that though the facility bears the same name, it isn't held to the same labor standards.
With the party’s lock on the Shia vote in Lebanon, its economic failures seem to matter little.