Reform-minded politicians should work to take advantage of the wealth and ideas poised to permeate Iranian politics and society in the aftermath of the nuclear deal.
The Sunni-Shia framework offers a poor explanation of Saudi-Iranian relations, perpetuating a flawed characterization of regional tensions as purely sectarian in nature.
Failure to pursue political goals in the Middle East with the same gusto as military objectives could render today’s battlefield successes against ISIS meaningless.
Washington must intervene politically in Yemen before extremists gain a foothold amidst the chaos.
A two-state solution can bring peace to Palestine, but Israel must first commit to settlement demolition.
After failed attempts at a two-state solution, the chickens have come home to roost.
Amid the ongoing debate over U.S. strategy in the Middle East, Tyler Bowen responds to Chris Newton’s criticism of millennial foreign policy.
The failures of the Bush Doctrine should have shown that repressive peace is better than instability.
For Putin, fighting ISIS is just a pretext for his larger strategic machinations.