Lebanon is wrapped up in a complex web of religious and sectarian alliances and rivalries
Antonio GraceffoFebruary 9, 2024
Recent attacks on US soldiers in the Near East prove that a course change in American foreign policy is necessary
Alan DowdJanuary 31, 2024
How should America respond to the January 28th attacks on American forces in Jordan by Iranian proxies?
Rebeccah Heinrichs & Robert Nicholson & Gabriel ScheinmannJanuary 30, 2024
Despite narratives of Western decline, we must observe the problems afflicting our rivals as well
Simon MaassNovember 29, 2023
A pernicious coalition of progressives and Islamists has been at the forefront of anti-Israel activism. But this bond is nothing new.
Mike CotéNovember 23, 2023
With Mike Johnson as the new Speaker, the Republicans will have to get serious about American foreign policy objectives
William RobertsOctober 27, 2023
Hamas’s attacks on Israel were always going to happen, regardless of America’s president
Max ProwantOctober 25, 2023
Iran and its proxies are increasingly turning to new tactics to destabilize the Middle East
Farhad RezaeiJuly 14, 2023
The connection between al Qaeda and Iran was hardly recognized until the discovery of documents in Bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan
Farhad RezaeiAugust 23, 2022
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