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.
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.
Millennials may be a greater danger to American foreign policy than any number of “little green men.”
With much of the world seemingly arrayed against the Islamic State, how is the group still so powerful?
Tyler Bowen analyzes how Netanyahu’s reelection is reflective of deep-seated xenophobia in Israeli society, particular within its settler population.
President Vladimir Putin of Russia is as polarizing as he is provocative. According to Tyler Bowen, Putin is merely the leader of a small revisionist power struggling to expand against a strong alliance.