Post-Qaddafi Libya was supposed to be something other than the chaos it has become
In the wake of deadly attacks, why the one vaunted Arab Spring exception may not be an exception at all
The state of jihad and counter-jihad, in the middle of a long war
In 2011, Tel Aviv’s Daphni Leef helped ignite the J14 movement for social change. She looks back at what went wrong.
Ousted Egyptian president and his two sons sentenced to three years in prison
The new vogue for blaming the century-old Sykes-Picot Agreement for today’s woes ignores history, and reality
Abbas is facing an internal challenge to his leadership, and that—not Israeli housing plans—is why he’s bailing on Kerry
Three years after Mubarak’s fall, the country is toying with global irrelevance—except as a possible terror exporter
The better, more real, and more compelling of the two Israeli-Palestinian intelligence films opens this week in the U.S.
The Arab Spring was an opportunity to discard anti-Semitism adopted from colonialists. Instead, it’s gotten worse.
After the 2010 Hamas hit, Lt. Dhahi Khalfan Tamim denounced Mossad—but said it was his duty to warn of terror plots in Tel Aviv
Touring the Holy City with the garbage collectors is a reminder that it’s also a place where people go about their day-to-day lives
Netanyahu’s ex-national security adviser says Abbas has a choice between Israeli troops on the Jordan River—or no state at all
The point of Sept. 11 wasn’t to terrorize the West. It was to get the U.S. out of the Muslim world—and it worked.
The group has maintained an uneasy status quo despite losing key allies in Tehran, Damascus, and Cairo
Egyptian playwright Ali Salem and others are marginalized at home and in the Western media, but they are political pioneers
Gen. Sisi holds de facto power but with elections looming must now decide whether to legitimize his rule with a presidential run
Releasing the 85-year-old former president will only further divide the country
As violence surges, 150 people are reported dead in Egypt
With Egypt’s army clearing protesters by force, scholar Samuel Tadros explains why his country’s modernizers support military rule
Ex-Shin Bet head Yuval Diskin warns that Israel’s leaders appear to be dangerously detached from reality
Who will crack first: The Egyptian military or the Brotherhood?
Agents of Influence: With the nation divided, in turmoil, and lacking hope for peaceful prosperity, a Middle East neighbor has reason to fear
The president’s favorite Muslim democrat is turning into just another Middle Eastern despot
Robert Worth, David Goldman, Edward Luttwak, Amos Harel, Nathan Thrall, and Lee Smith on the new Arab map
How neocons and Obama liberals have created catastrophe by consensus in the Middle East
Plus calls for greater involvement in Syria gather steam
The monarch studied the Arab Spring and created a savvy plan to quell demonstrators without mass violence
They say democracies make good neighbors. For Israel these days, it doesn’t seem so straightforward.
The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood and the civil war in Syria are bringing violence to Israel’s borders