The United States still has a critical leadership role to play in the Middle East—the Abraham Accords were only a starting point.
Connor Pfeiffer & Emily MillikenNovember 23, 2022
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
For Nicholas Kristof to say that Americans “are willing to starve Yemeni schoolchildren” because “we dislike Iran’s ayatollahs” is so simplistic as to be immoral in itself.
Robert NicholsonSeptember 27, 2018
The Arab coalition and the US find themselves in the awkward position of directly and indirectly supporting al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula while they fight the Houthis in Yemen.
Abigail LiebingAugust 10, 2018
Though the Yemen conflict is in many ways a proxy war between Iran and the Saudi coalition, it is much more complicated, and not all the blame should be placed on the coalition for worsening the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Abigail LiebingJune 21, 2018
Institute on Religion and Democracy1023 15th Street NW, Suite 200Washington, DC 20005
© 2022 The Institute on Religion and Democracy. All rights reserved.